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December 04, 2017, 08:44:11 PM
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What do you agree with or disagree with and is the white paper the holy grail or bible for BTC

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December 05, 2017, 12:29:09 AM
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I would not compare it to the bible because the bible is terrible.

The bitcoin white paper is at least written by a very intelligent person(s).
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December 05, 2017, 12:29:34 AM
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I would not compare it to the bible because the bible is terrible.

The bitcoin white paper is at least written by a very intelligent person(s).

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December 05, 2017, 02:50:52 AM
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What do you agree with or disagree with and is the white paper the holy grail or bible for BTC

I would say that Satoshi's vision has been vindicated. Today, the Bitcoin network has two, huge factors in its favor. First, Bitcoin's protocol has all the right features - and no fatal flaws - for a general-purpose cryptocurrency, including store-of-value, accounts settlement, point-to-point payment processing, and business accounting. Second, Bitcoin has the first-mover advantage - it was the first blockchain-based cryptocurrency. I think the only thing that Satoshi probably did not fully anticipate was just how fast Bitcoin would grow. I believe that the Bitcoin whitepaper will one day go down in history alongside other paradigm-busting developments like the Gutenberg printing press, the PC and ARPANet.
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December 05, 2017, 04:28:39 AM
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What do you agree with or disagree with and is the white paper the holy grail or bible for BTC

I would say that Satoshi's vision has been vindicated. Today, the Bitcoin network has two, huge factors in its favor. First, Bitcoin's protocol has all the right features - and no fatal flaws - for a general-purpose cryptocurrency, including store-of-value, accounts settlement, point-to-point payment processing, and business accounting. Second, Bitcoin has the first-mover advantage - it was the first blockchain-based cryptocurrency. I think the only thing that Satoshi probably did not fully anticipate was just how fast Bitcoin would grow. I believe that the Bitcoin whitepaper will one day go down in history alongside other paradigm-busting developments like the Gutenberg printing press, the PC and ARPANet.

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Bitcoin whitepaper would be sure written on history. And for Mr. Nakamoto, thanks man. You are just too brilliant. You change many lives.

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December 05, 2017, 09:28:01 PM
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It represents a document that should be given a Nobel prize for economics and peace simultaneously (instead of clowns and war criminals that usually get them).
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