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"Bitcoin with a stable protocol takes away power"
Craig Wright Man with Wisdom AKA Satoshi Nakamoto
Posted by BitcoinP2P Cash on 28 Nov 2019
I Chased Craig Wright (aka "Faketoshi") 2 Canada 4 an Interview
Published by @NrdGrl007 on 29 Nov 2019
This video is the second part of a 2 part interview I conducted with Craig Wright at the CoinGeek Scaling Conference in Toronto (May 2019). I was writing for CCN at the time, and I asked him why he singled out CCN as the problem with crypto media, a series of questions Jameson Lopp laid out as reasons why CSW isn't Satoshi Nakamoto, and crypto exchanges which he terms "bucket shops."
For the original written interview with Wright, please visit: https://007nerd.com/dr-craig-wright-i...
For a full transcript of this interview, please visit: https://007nerd.com/i-chased-craig-wr...
Fireside Chat with Dr. Craig S. Wright at BSV: Bitcoin for Business (Tokyo, Japan)
Dr. Craig Wright educates business owners in Tokyo, Japan at the inaugural BSV: Bitcoin for Business event about his invention and clarifies the common misconceptions about Bitcoin.
Posted by Bitcoin Association on 27 Nov 2019
Posted by CSW on Nov 27, 2019
Capitalism is a means to organise a society. As with any means of organising a society of similarly (and at times differently aligned) people it comes with social organizations, institutions and practices as well as customs and mercantile procedures. Importantly, Society is a creation based on traditional values and even the legal frameworks used to structure and order the interests and interactions between people with different goals.
Every system has its shortcomings. No system is without imbalances and disadvantages, and all of these need to be weighed.
Capitalism is a loaded concept that many people use in different ways to describe different things. The economic prosperity and wealth and even the progress of society however depends on the economic system that we have constructed and the best one we have so far is capitalism.
Capitalism is a system of entrepreneurship.
Many people complain about capitalism, but no individual, intellectual, professor or even politician let alone economist has ever discovered a better system that allows a society to be both free and prosperous.
From the time of Plato right through to Marx and Engles many have tried to develop a different system but in the development of their ideas and utopian dreams all of them lead to disastrous systems do not deliver either freedom or prosperity, but end in the absence of both.
The strength of capitalism is is derived through the ability to organise and mobilize the diverse energy and intellect of the various people who make up a society.
It is entrepreneurs that drive capitalism; for the essence of capitalism is creative destruction. It is the innovation and creative ways of the few who replace old products and services with new and better ones.
And here, it is not the exchanges or Wall Street the dictate what a market happens to be, it is Main Street and what the people consume and what the average people want to buy. It is the consumers who create the market.
Source: Metanet.icu Slack
CRAIG WRIGHT: BITCOIN SV SATOSHI'S VISION: HOW BITCOIN'S ORIGINAL DESIGN CREATES HONEST COMMERCE
Scalability and financial stability go hand in hand with Satoshi's vision. Craig Wright - Chief Scientist at nChain, Director - Tokenized, shares his thoughts on how bitcoin's original design, creates honest commerce.
Posted by AIBC SUMMIT on 8 Nov 2019
IS BITCOIN DEAD?
Streamed live by Crypto Savy on 21 Nov 2019
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17 Nov 2019 Misha Pelt
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I realized something big after launching Open Directory:
At large enough scale, it wouldn't just replace Reddit, but Patreon too.
This was an "aha" moment. I've been an independent creator for years and know first-hand how hard it is to make a living on today's platforms.
A sea change is taking place, driven by microtransactions and open protocols.
Bitcoin enables entirely new classes of business.
There's an opportunity to create new experiences, native to Bitcoin, rethought from the ground up.
I started thinking through old problems...
The Internet doesn't make it easy to be a content creator.
The lack of microtransactions means advertising pays for most content.
Advertising optimizes for breadth over depth, misaligning incentives for niche content.
The Internet disincentives niche content creation.
But niches contain all the interesting bits.
Startup wisdom says it's better to have a few people love you than many people like you.
It's easier to expand from a small but deeply passionate fan base, than a large and unengaged one.
Yet the Internet makes this difficult—relying on advertising supported revenue incentivizes mass-market, lowest common denominator content.
Content creators self-censor in fear of being demonetized or deemed "commercially unviable."
The Internet is broken.
Within the next 18 months, a trillion-dollar protocol will be created on Bitcoin that allows content producers to monetize niche content.
This is what I've been building.
I believe it's an idea whose time has come, and if I can influence it even a little bit, it's worth putting everything I have into it.
I've been working full-time on this project for the last five months.
Bitcoin apps and services need incredible user experiences to win over consumers.
One example is if Bitcoin apps aren't real-time, users start worrying about their money and lose confidence.
But making Bitcoin apps real-time is incredibly tricky.
Building out infrastructure has taken longer than I'd like, but I've made significant progress. This work has been necessary to create high-performance Bitcoin apps that exceed expectations.
Now things are starting to get interesting...
Posted by syn·fo·naut @synfonaut on Nov 25, 2019