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New BSV app - Image-sharing app Relica pays in BSV, and is now open to the public

Relica, the image-sharing social network running on Bitcoin SV (BSV), has opened up to the public. With its private beta testing phase now complete, existing users can use referral links to invite others to join in.

Relica is similar to Instagram in the way Twetch is similar to Twitter—that is, the format and features are familiar but integrating Bitcoin micropayments make them more compelling. As well as creating new content-sharing economies simply by adding Bitcoin, both are also starting to include other useful features the apps that inspired them haven’t (see the interview below for more on that).

https://twitter.com/Relicaworld/status/1358740840064028673

The benefits of familiar-looking platforms running on Bitcoin can’t be understated, either. Relica users, like their Twetch counterparts, retain ownership of the content they create. Getting paid for that content, even if it’s only in small amounts, is a far greater incentive to post than—let’s face it, pretty meaningless—”likes.” When these networks become far more widely-used, people will start to use them as side-hustles or even primary income.

Thoughts from the beta and live versions

Even in its bare-bones beta phase, Relica’s web and mobile versions ran smoothly and with few glitches. Its simple design and intuitive functionality made it easy to use, and the developers tweaked prices along the way to achieve their optimal levels.

For now, those who refer new users will earn 50% of Relica’s share of their transactions (which is roughly 10-20% of the transaction amount). Prices themselves are similar to Twetch. There’s no sign-up process as users can login with a Money Button wallet, and more third-party BSV wallets will be included soon.

https://twitter.com/Relicaworld/status/1356912715990585345

While the “swipe to pay” design element used by apps like Money Button and RelayX have been convenient for one-off purchase, users eventually found them tedious for social network interactions, with small payments occurring regularly. Like Twetch, Relica has now added a “one-touch” payment option to make these instant and invisible—but be warned, you might want to keep the swipe for a while until you get used to how much each different function costs.

Relica (at this stage) doesn’t have Instagram’s built-in filters and editing/touch-up options. However, there are two types of users here: those who edit their photos on another app before uploading to a social network; and the ones who only use the built-in ones. Since other apps tend to have more options, the former type is becoming more common.

We spoke to Relica co-founders Daniel Street and Jeremy Street about the launch, how the beta-testing went, and what they’re planning to do in the future. Read the Q&A below to find out the details.

What is Relica?

Relica reimagines content sharing with a mobile app that empowers creators to generate income and maintain ownership over their photos. With our unique micro-transaction infrastructure that cuts out big tech and advertisers; influencers and photographers alike can earn instantly from their first photo on Relica.

How was your private beta?

Our private beta went really well and was important for us to make sure our early users were enjoying the experience and that we could scale. The feedback we received from our early users was invaluable and allowed us to iron out bugs as well as implement a number of new features including:

– Invitations with referral bonuses

– Viewing who has liked your photos

– Stickers for first posts

– One-click payments

– Ability to be paid for your follows

– A favourites button for saving images

Our latest feature is a referral invitation that incentivises users to onboard others and rewards them 50% of Relica revenue whenever their referrals earn.

 



What other features have your users requested?

We enjoy receiving feedback from our users along with suggestions on future features they want to see on Relica.

To name a few of the upcoming features in our pipeline:

– Integration with more third-party wallets

– Ability to post full sized images

– Desktop version of Relica

– Chat

Suffice to say, we have a busy early 2021 ahead of us!


What has been the most challenging part of developing the app so far?

We spent a lot of unnecessary time early on creating our own wallet functionality for users before we realised this is not the problem we set out to solve when we started Relica. There were third party wallets with rich features already available and we wanted to support the blossoming ecosystem around us, rather than reinvent the wheel.

We also made a conscious decision to build a Progressive Web App rather than a native app as we weren’t sure that a native bitcoin app which allows users to earn money would be accepted on the app stores. This has come with its own challenges as feature-rich capabilities provided by a native phone OS are harder to mimic on a web site.

Some have criticized platforms like Twetch for being too similar in features and appearance to existing social networks. Twetch devs say this is necessary to make them familiar to new users. What’s your opinion on this issue?

It’s true that many emerging social media platforms share similar characteristics to existing social media networks. This is because there’s a tried and tested formula for social media which Relica also uses— Home screen, User feed, Notifications and a profile. Importantly, though, this is where the similarity stops—with blockchain-based social networks, like Relica, users can post content and earn income instantly from direct interaction with their audience.

With that in mind, do you plan to introduce features that Instagram doesn’t have?

The short answer is: YES! The development pipeline for Relica is exciting to say the least. Over the next few months we’ll wrap up a few outstanding features, and then focus completely on Phase Two. Simply put—Phase Two of Relica will change the way we perceive interactions with audiences via social media. This next iteration of Relica is already in development, and is the reason we founded our company to begin with. We’ve kept it under wraps as there is nothing else like it in the world today. Expect it to be unleashed sometime this year.

How do new users gain access to Relica?

Visit Relica, sign up and start posting your photos!

Source: https://coingeek.com/image-sharing-app-relica-pays-in-bsv-and-is-now-open-to-the-public/  Thanks to Jon Southurst

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Bitcoin at scale is the most private money in history

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJ_57CxxCrs&t=2314s

At the timestamped link above Bitstocks CEO Michael Hudson beautifully juxtaposes the much-scrutinized dichotomy between privacy and anonymity. Hudson criticizes the way digital currency wallets store coins today, stating that this makes it “very easy” for a “company like Chainalysis to do what they do.”

He then states that the way Bitstocks is managing their coins for their users is unique, stating that he is “pretty f****** confident” that Chainalysis will not be able to trace the transactions, while remaining “legally and lawfully compliant.”

These statements corroborate Dr. Craig Wright’s article on Bitcoin’s privacy model which was written to teach users how to maintain privacy when transacting. A simple technique Wright describes is to split coins ahead of spending into approximate denominations that can be used at each merchant separately.

For example, if I have a 1 BSV coin and plan to spend according to the following budget:

Cost   Merchant
0.5   Grocery
0.1   Breakfast
0.2   Gas
0.2   Lunch

One can split these coins into sub-denominations, for example 4 coins (0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.15) could make up the 0.5 total cost at the grocery store to achieve further obfuscation such that it is nearly impossible to tell where the coins are coming from. HandCash implements this type of scheme with via Output Bills. However, as briefly touched on in that article, change outputs can cause issues like revealing information about the participants.

Spending this way removes the need for change which also reduces complexity in preserving privacy, while being optimal for peer-to-peer offline transactions. Granted, Bitcoin is far away from being used as a conventional method of payment to the degree where specific amounts match prices (ex. Lunch costing 0.1 BSV instead of 0.12871805 BSV); this is why scalability is so important.

Despite BSV wallets efforts in 2020 to go ‘peer-to-peer’ this approach still misses the mark on privacy and offline capability.



Source: HandCash Medium


While these efforts did gain an advantage in wallet scalability the consequences of an immediate broadcast by either side kill some powerful use-cases. Wright himself chastises this approach in his epic Arnhem speech from 2017 at the timestamped link below:



If the sender can transact without caring about change, they can pass the raw transaction directly to the merchant without ever needing to be connected to the Internet. The point brought up in the article by HandCash and Money Button becomes moot since merchants want to be paid as soon as possible, it is not the wallet or software providers concern to make sure the receiver gets paid.

Additionally, the raw transaction (along with a local copy of block headers for an SPV check) contain all the necessary information to validate without ever making a network call. Wallets can then discard the UTXOs locally when the sender gives the merchant the raw transaction, so a double-spend is not necessarily a concern.

This is how a Bitcoin can truly function as p2p, private cash without the Internet—this scenario can be repeated where the merchant splits their newly received coins in the same way before spending.



Source: Medium
Services benefit from this architecture as well. In Dean Little’s BSVABI proposal, he highlights the advantages of this model for applications.



Source: BSVABI
This design pattern is exactly how the new Twetch Wallet works, which is why it is such a great UX improvement over wallets who broadcast the transaction first.



Source: Twetch


Bitcoin can be used in a way those on the outside looking in cannot trace what you are doing, but participants can in the case they have to—ideally how markets should function. By using the electronic cash to its full capability, we can hide from Big Brother while showing him our middle finger.

See also: CoinGeek Live presentation, Blockchain Intelligence: Analytics, Forensics & Compliance Tools for Bitcoin SV

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRl0_D8x5P0&feature=youtu.be


Source https://coingeek.com/bitcoin-at-scale-the-most-private-money-in-history/ thanks to Joshua Henslee

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kna looks great! Grin

Your wife too look she's still here:





Hey Princess lead gang. See the power of BSV! Your wife is amazing, she's just finishing soon, she's coming home to kiss you!

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Now why would I join a failed SV project?


Easy! in a word = CAPACITY

Soon 2.5 years of existence for BSV which is the direct heir of the original Bitcoin code (Ticker XBT) very far technically from BTC and its technological limitations induced with SegWit.

Anyway BSV (called the real Bitcoin by its afficionados which is also my opinion) allows to explore other perspectives as much thanks to its stable protocol (contrary to BTC - BCH) so the developers can express their creativity without constraints. For others who haven't yet mastered the basics of Forth there are outright free and accessible courses in partnership with the Bitcoin association which has launched massively open online courses dedicated to #BitcoinSV in partnership with the University of Applied Sciences of Saxony in the Netherlands & the Saxion Blockchain Institute, a research group on block chains. These training courses are diploma courses, and there is a strong desire to train people in new technologies.

Other advantages BSV is fully Turing unlike BTC & BCH so it solves the Zooko Triangle currently allows more than 9000 transactions per minute in active chain and more than 16 million transactions contained in a single block, it's huge and it's only the beginning! And above all, it allows a total stability on transaction fees, i.e. 0.5sat/Bytes! zerosat is coming soon, planned with Teranode in 2022, the GST should reach more than 50,000 transactions per minute. Ideal for IoT push and all other systems that need to save data securely and immutably in the blockchain.

Know that there is also the exploitation of augmented reality + virtual reality + the power of BSV = AR + VR = XR new technological concepts that will turn all kinds of models upside down!

for the last 2 years there is an ultra complete ecosystem that grows again and again like a kind of Android OS (Bitcoin OS?) but there it is a very distinct BSV blockchain with unequalled capacities allowing to create and exploit potentials in an unlimited way. From the point of view of Metanet's continuous development, its evolution is an internet on Blockchain, it's revolutionary!

In addition to these points, BSV is characterised by the possibility to generate nano-transactions, for example with the Handcash application only on BSV you have the possibility to make an instant transfer of 0.0001 cents free of charge, no more currency exchange wherever you are!

The only downside is the reputation of its creator who seems to be very regularly targeted by a global cartel (BTC detractors) determined to sink BSV since BSV releases the true potential of Bitcoin to the detriment of their economic interests (BTC) and their associates, entities, which Coingeek media is trying to denounce. https://coingeek.com/?s=cartel even on forums such as Bitcointalk of the armies deployed to discredit BSV at all costs. Even in the specialised French, Indian, Italian, Belgian, Ameciran, Chinese, Japanese...... crypto media no information on the progress of BSV is dedicated to judicial masquerades against media desks but for a precise purpose that all these cretins have not understood: to identify.

To assert what is rightfully theirs is legitimate, if you read in any case they don't want to make the information of the WP disappear. Few people take the time to understand because in the flow of the FUD and other media manipulation.

Apart from the fact that BSV makes it possible to explore new possibilities BSV imposes itself as a technological breakthrough it is the direct solution to break the digital content models since BSV users become the real owners of their data that they decide to sell, mask, rent. Even the digital identity reaches a high level thanks to the paymails made available to the users. BSV is a force not to be underestimated. At BSV users tend not to Hodl since they use BSV instead of locking tokens in a safe while waiting for the price to rise. Know also that the NFT are already possible just like the forges of stable tokens which can be "tokenized" (reported numerically) for any type of good (it is even divisible). It is quite possible to integrate all the chains BTC + ETH + BNB + ADA + BCH + all the others directly in BSV since it is the only decentralised Blockchain in capacity of realisation. Last but not least, BSV complies with the anti-money laundering laws AML and KYC.

To each his own opinion, I really suggest you do your own research (or DYOR in the jargon). Don't miss out on BSV because technologically it is definitely Bitcoin.

On https://bitcoinsv.com you can learn more about it.


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The course is an introduction to Bitcoin technology and covers topics including Bitcoin's system, network and protocol to help you authoritatively answer, ‘what is Bitcoin and why does it matter?’

This is the first of four planned MOOCs in partnership with Saxion University - a leader in blockchain education, development and research in the Netherlands - designed specifically for knowledge-seekers, application developers and business decision-makers, just like you.

The classes are available free of charge and on-demand, but you'll have to hurry - the world-first MOOC is only available until September 1!

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⚠️ Warning don't be fooled BTC is Not BSV - BSV is BitCoin ⚠️



Devs Do you want to fulfil your potential? Exercise your talents? Make your plans come true?

In three letters: #BSV

https://bitcoinsv.io/devtools/

The future already belongs to you but with Bitcoinˢᵛ


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⚠️ Warning don't be fooled BTC is Not BSV - BSV is BitCoin ⚠️



Devs Do you want to fulfil your potential? Exercise your talents? Make your plans come true?

In three letters: #BSV

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Yeas - free lunch

Elon could go an sue sellers - sold wrong Bitcoin ?


Days of fights in courts coming

Regulation even more


only protocols with no governance needed might survive here - like TCP, http, smtp ... at scale

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Crack down on funny protocols trying to hide stuff coming as well

https://coingeek.com/french-regulator-wants-a-european-body-to-regulate-digital-currencies/


Pure original transparent Bitcoin ... no issues expected (only for desperate trolls)

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To cryptotourist, bitcoinpsycho, and Bitcointalk BTC Trolls members army:

You seem determined in your obsession. Let us do otherwise.

Apart from the fact that Craig Wright has not yet proved to the public that he is Satoshi?

Let's focus objectively, can you prove to us...

Prove to us that BTC can be used to make nano deals.

Prove to us that BTC is complete Turing.

Prove to us that the SEGWIT update in 2017 has not changed and altered the Bitcoin code base functionality.

Prove to us that big blocks are useless.

Prove to us what is the scope of the BTC ecosystem.

Prove to us that the transaction costs are cheaper than on BSV.

Prove to us that BTC is scaled up.

Prove to us that the main BTC nodes are well decentralised.

Prove to us that BTC cannot be stopped.

Prove to us that BTC is exactly like XBT. (XBT was Bitcoin's ticket before 2017).

Prove to us that BSV is not Bitcoin.

And finally to finish this missive, prove to us that you are not stupid.

Suggestion: Call your buddies the other BTC Trolls if you don't know how to answer, it's legitimate.
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To cryptotourist, bitcoinpsycho, and Bitcointalk BTC Trolls members army:

You seem determined in your obsession. Let us do otherwise.

Apart from the fact that Craig Wright has not yet proved to the public that he is Satoshi?

Let's focus objectively, can you prove to us...

Prove to us that BTC can be used to make nano deals.

Prove to us that BTC is complete Turing.

Prove to us that the SEGWIT update in 2017 has not changed and altered the Bitcoin code base functionality.

Prove to us that big blocks are useless.

Prove to us what is the scope of the BTC ecosystem.

Prove to us that the transaction costs are cheaper than on BSV.

Prove to us that BTC is scaled up.

Prove to us that the main BTC nodes are well decentralised.

Prove to us that BTC cannot be stopped.

Prove to us that BTC is exactly like XBT. (XBT was Bitcoin's ticket before 2017).

Prove to us that BSV is not Bitcoin.

And finally to finish this missive, prove to us that you are not stupid.

Suggestion: Call your buddies the other BTC Trolls if you don't know how to answer, it's legitimate.


The burden of proof is on you nutjob BSV supporters to prove the various things that you want to prove, and the market seems quite well showing that you are wrong as fuck, and sure in the near future we may well see Craig and his cronies showing how dumb they are in a court of law.. which hardly even matters in terms of more important fundamentals connected to king daddy bitcoin (talking about btc in case you might be confused about your bcash crap coin or the various variants).
Cheesy Are you running away? Nothing in the explanation everything in the attempt to intimidate extra insult. Here are the facts (again)......

You didn't answer his questions...... Go second shot? Which BTC troll can answer his questions?

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Protocol stability , old op codes allowing Turing complete computing and low fees proof only original BitCoin is compliant Bitcoin

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See your reaction. You are not explaining anything you are here on this thread just to insult people like the Internet trolls do, as your actions, your history and that of your friends testify. There is no pedagogy other than intimidation and insults that sound like rabbit farts.

Answering his questions would be a concrete step forward for you and your semblance of logic. Push on your neurons until you get all red in the face, free yourself, unleash your potential, get your head out of your ass.

Show honour and honesty for once you owe it to yourself.


Go BTC princess gang trolls. Make an effort. Third try, who can answer these questions?

To cryptotourist, bitcoinpsycho, and Bitcointalk BTC Trolls members army:

You seem determined in your obsession. Let us do otherwise.

Apart from the fact that Craig Wright has not yet proved to the public that he is Satoshi?

Let's focus objectively, can you prove to us...

Prove to us that BTC can be used to make nano deals.

Prove to us that BTC is complete Turing.

Prove to us that the SEGWIT update in 2017 has not changed and altered the Bitcoin code base functionality.

Prove to us that big blocks are useless.

Prove to us what is the scope of the BTC ecosystem.

Prove to us that the transaction costs are cheaper than on BSV.

Prove to us that BTC is scaled up.

Prove to us that the main BTC nodes are well decentralised.

Prove to us that BTC cannot be stopped.

Prove to us that BTC is exactly like XBT. (XBT was Bitcoin's ticket before 2017).

Prove to us that BSV is not Bitcoin.

And finally to finish this missive, prove to us that you are not stupid.

Suggestion: Call your buddies the other BTC Trolls if you don't know how to answer, it's legitimate.


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Bla bla bla


See your reaction. You are not explaining anything you are here on this thread just to insult people like the Internet trolls do, as your actions, your history and that of your friends testify. There is no pedagogy other than intimidation and insults that sound like rabbit farts.

Answering his questions would be a concrete step forward for you and your semblance of logic. Push on your neurons until you get all red in the face, free yourself, unleash your potential, get your head out of your ass.

Show honour and honesty for once you owe it to yourself.


Go BTC princess gang trolls. Make an effort. Third try, who can answer these questions?

To cryptotourist, bitcoinpsycho, and Bitcointalk BTC Trolls members army:

You seem determined in your obsession. Let us do otherwise.

Apart from the fact that Craig Wright has not yet proved to the public that he is Satoshi?

Let's focus objectively, can you prove to us...

Prove to us that BTC can be used to make nano deals.

Prove to us that BTC is complete Turing.

Prove to us that the SEGWIT update in 2017 has not changed and altered the Bitcoin code base functionality.

Prove to us that big blocks are useless.

Prove to us what is the scope of the BTC ecosystem.

Prove to us that the transaction costs are cheaper than on BSV.

Prove to us that BTC is scaled up.

Prove to us that the main BTC nodes are well decentralised.

Prove to us that BTC cannot be stopped.

Prove to us that BTC is exactly like XBT. (XBT was Bitcoin's ticket before 2017).

Prove to us that BSV is not Bitcoin.

And finally to finish this missive, prove to us that you are not stupid.

Suggestion: Call your buddies the other BTC Trolls if you don't know how to answer, it's legitimate.




  Another one running away.

  Simply. Answer his questions. Third chance - will the trolls try again?

BTC is not same of original source code set in stone only by Satoshi Nakamoto check here https://github.com/bitcoin and compare with https://github.com/bitcoin-sv You will see the facts, what became technically BTC modified because implemented by Core and named Bitcoin is very far from the original. You will notice that the BSV code is in conformity with Satoshi Nakamoto's masterpiece thanks to nChain which cleaned the code of the successive incrementations (SegWit and others) that Core had imposed by voice of community BIP against what Satoshi has created. I'm convinced that BitcoinSV (BSV) original XBT is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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DotWallet Pro: Huge Update! What’s New?

DotWallet Pro was officially launched in September 2020. In this short time, a huge number of users have already started using our high quality and secure wallet. Meanwhile, the DotWallet team has been hard at work preparing for today’s big update.

In close cooperation with the sCrypt team, DotWallet is releasing a new service: Badges. This is a milestone for Bitcoin SV, because developers can now create any kind of token on the blockchain chain. BSV finally has the powerful capability for asset tokenization in line with BSV’s development vision.

The diverse and powerful abilities of Badges are now available to ordinary users, with our brand new feature – Cards.

What is “Cards”

Apart from fiat currencies (i.e., USD, RMB), personal digital assets often include game items, coupons, member cards, and app credits. Before now, it was impossible to manage these diverse assets all in one place. Thanks to sCrypt and Badge services, this is now a problem of the past!

Assets in DotWallet are now divided into 2 categories and displayed in separate locations:

– Assets: Public chain cryptocurrencies (BSV/ETH/BTC)
– Cards: All kinds of membership cards, game items, etc. These are now saved on the blockchain and owned by users.

Various assets are displayed in the form of different cards. Users can add any asset cards by selecting “ Create an asset card”, “Add from the market”, or “Receive”.

With “Cards”, BSV can now begin to play a more important role in users’ daily lives, from using coupons to purchase products, to getting tokens from game and app marketplaces, or to managing VIP cards and more. Users can now save all of these different assets as ‘cards’ in their wallet.



DotWallet added “Cards” in the latest UI update.



The world of BSV Coupons awaits you.

[1]Add an asset to Cards

In the Cards Market, users can add any assets card you like.
For example, OVT tokens from SatoPlay, coupons from the shopping mall, VIP membership cards, or any asset displayed in the Card Market,
Select any asset card and click “Add”,
The asset will display in your own “Cards” menu.



Cards can be sent and received. Users can trade them freely.
Get them in one click, and use them anytime, anywhere.
Note: This feature will be available soon, stay tuned.

https://coingeek.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/dotwallet-pro-huge-update-whats-new-4-e1612943972754.jpg

[2] Create an custom asset
“I want to make a unique Card”
“Cards” in DotWallet will make it work.

Creating Cards is not limited to commercial businesses.
Users can create their own member cards or coupons.
A unique asset card can be created in minutes.

[3] DotWallet is the world’s leading
“Social” digital asset wallet.
Cards is the latest in this exciting trend.



If the card issuer allows it,
Any asset card can be displayed in the public market.
Other users can add them if they are interested.

 

Apart from trading,
Asset cards support “Peer to peer” transfer.
All transactions and transfer into will be saved on the blockchain.
Therefore, both parties are free from trust issues.
Compared to the traditional transfer,
it’s more novel and convenient.



If you want to surprise your friend,
Create a card created and signed by yourself.
And send it to her/him secretly.

Currently, the SatoPlay team has already issued a game asset token
called OVT, powered by Badge service.

You will find corresponding assets in Cards if you are a SatoPlay user.
Please note that OVT in DotWallet web version
will not sync to DotWallet Pro and must be sent with a transaction.

Apart from these new features, Cards Market will add more assets cards and
be updated in the near future.
Why not have a try?

New Service, Amazing Experience
Coming Soon

DotWallet Pro 2.0 was officially online on Jan 16th, 2021

New to Bitcoin? Check out CoinGeek’s Bitcoin for Beginners section, the ultimate resource guide to learn more about Bitcoin—as originally envisioned by Satoshi Nakamoto—and blockchain.


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February 13, 2021, 12:35:41 PM
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Finding real value with Bitcoin



Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen featured in the February 2021 edition of Forum Views – the flagship title of the Bombay Stock Exchange Brokers’ Forum in India. In his article, Nguyen discussed finding real value with Bitcoin, where he made the case for an approach rooted in utility, not speculation.

Read the full article (PDF):

February 2021 - Forum Viewa


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Beyond the wild speculation about what is built underneath

"To understand why the blockchain is important, look beyond the wild speculation about what is built underneath.

The Internet bubble of the 1990s is generally regarded as a period of mad excess that ended in the destruction of hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth. What is less often discussed is how all the cheap capital of the boom years was used to finance the infrastructure on which the most important Internet innovations would be built after the bubble burst. It financed the roll-out of fibre optic cable, R&D on 3G networks and the construction of giant server farms. All this would make possible the technologies that are now the foundation of the world's most powerful companies: algorithmic research, social media, mobile computing, cloud services, analysis of large data sets, artificial intelligence, and so on.

We believe that something similar is happening behind the wild volatility and hype in the stratosphere of the crypto-money and blockbuster boom. Blockchain sceptics have grumbled with joy as cryptographic prices have plummeted from last year's dizzying highs, but they are making the same mistake as the crypto fanatics they mock: they associate price with intrinsic value. We can't yet predict what cutting-edge industries based on blockchain technology will look like, but we are confident that they will exist, because technology itself is about creating an invaluable asset: trust.

To understand why, we have to go back to the 14th century.

That's when Italian merchants and bankers began to use the double-entry method of accounting. This method, made possible by the adoption of Arabic numerals, provided merchants with a more reliable record-keeping tool and enabled bankers to assume a new and powerful role as an intermediary in the international payment system. Yet it is not only the tool itself that has paved the way for modern finance. It was how it was inserted into the culture of the day.

In 1494, Luca Pacioli, a Franciscan and mathematician, codified his practices by publishing a textbook on mathematics and accounting which presented double-entry accounting not only as a means of keeping track of accounts, but also as a moral obligation. In Pacioli's manner, for everything that merchants or bankers had of value, they had to give something back. Hence the use of offsetting entries to record separate balancing values: a debit coupled with a credit, an asset with a liability.

Pacioli's morally honest accounting granted a form of religious blessing to these previously decried professions. Over the following centuries, clean books were considered a sign of honesty and piety, enabling bankers to become payment intermediaries and speed up the circulation of money. This financed the Renaissance and paved the way for the capitalist explosion that was to change the world.

Yet the system was not immune to fraud. Bankers and other financial actors often failed in their moral duty to keep honest accounts, and they still do: just ask Bernie Madoff's clients or Enron's shareholders. Moreover, even honesty comes at a price. We have enabled centralised trust managers such as banks, stock exchanges and other financial intermediaries to become indispensable, turning them from intermediaries into gatekeepers. They charge fees and restrict access, create friction, limit innovation and reinforce their market dominance.

So the real promise of blockchain technology is not to make you a billionaire overnight or to give you the means to protect your financial activities from inquisitive governments. It could significantly reduce the cost of trust through a radical, decentralized accounting approach - and, by extension, create a new way of structuring economic organizations.

The need for trust and intermediaries allows giants such as Google, Facebook and Amazon to turn economies of scale and network effects into de facto monopolies.

A new form of accounting might seem like a boring accomplishment. Yet for thousands of years, since Hammurabi's Babylon, ledgers have been the foundation of civilization. Indeed, the exchange of values on which society is based forces us to trust each other's claims to what we own, what we have and what we owe. To build this trust, we need a common system for tracking our transactions, a system that gives definition and order to society itself. How else would we know that Jeff Bezos is the richest human being in the world, that Argentina's GDP is $620 billion, that 71% of the world's population lives on less than $10 a day, or that Apple shares trade at a multiple of the company's earnings per share?

A blockchain (although the term is vaguely used and often misapplied to things that are not really blockchains) is an electronic ledger, a list of transactions. These transactions can in principle represent almost anything. They could be real exchanges of money, as in the case of block chains underlying crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin. They could mark exchanges of other assets, such as digital share certificates. They may represent instructions, such as orders to buy or sell shares. They could include smart contracts, which are computerized instructions to do something (for example, buy a stock) if something is true (the price of the stock has fallen below $10).

A blockchain is a special type of ledger, in that instead of being managed by a single centralised institution, such as a bank or government agency, it is stored in multiple copies on several independent computers within a decentralised network. No single entity controls the ledger. All computers on the network can make changes to the ledger, but only by following the rules dictated by a "consensus protocol," a mathematical algorithm that requires the majority of the other computers on the network to agree to the change.

Once the consensus generated by this algorithm has been reached, all computers on the network update their copies of the ledger simultaneously. If one computer attempts to add an entry to the ledger without this consensus, or to modify an entry retroactively, the rest of the network automatically rejects the entry as invalid.

Typically, transactions are grouped into blocks of a certain size that are chained (hence "blockchained") by cryptographic locks, themselves a product of the consensus algorithm. This produces an immutable and shared record of the "truth", a record which, if properly prepared, cannot be altered.

Within this general framework, there are many variations. There are different types of consensus protocols, for example, and often disagreement on the safest type. There are public "no-permission" registries, to which anyone can, in principle, attach a computer and be part of the network; this is what Bitcoin and most other crypto-currencies belong to. There are also "authorised" private ledger systems which do not incorporate any digital currency. These can be used by a group of organisations that need a common record-keeping system, but are independent of each other and may not have complete confidence in themselves - a manufacturer and its suppliers, for example.

The common denominator is that it is mathematical rules and impenetrable cryptography, rather than trust in fallible humans or institutions, that ensure the integrity of the record. It is a version of what cryptographer Ian Grigg has described as "three-way bookkeeping": one entry on the debit side, another for credit and a third in an unchanging, undisputed shared ledger.

The advantages of this decentralised model become apparent when comparing the cost of trust in the current economic system. Consider this: In 2007, Lehman Brothers recorded record profits and revenues, all approved by its auditor, Ernst & Young. Nine months later, a fall in those same assets led the 158-year-old company to bankruptcy and triggered the biggest financial crisis in the last 80 years. Clearly, the valuations quoted in the books of previous years were very bad. And we learned later that Lehman's ledger was not the only one with questionable data. American and European banks have paid hundreds of billions of dollars in fines and settlements to cover losses caused by inflated balance sheets. This was a stark reminder of the high price we often pay for trusting numbers designed in-house by centralised entities.

The crisis was an extreme example of the cost of trust. But we also see that this cost is rooted in most other sectors of the economy. Think of all the accountants whose firms fill the world's skyscrapers. Their work, reconciling their firm's books with those of their professional counterparts, exists because neither party trusts the other's track record. It's a long, expensive, but necessary process.

The other manifestations of the cost of trust are felt not in what we do, but in what we cannot do. Two billion people are being denied bank accounts, keeping them out of the global economy because banks do not trust records of their assets and identities. Meanwhile, the Internet of Things, which it is hoped will contain billions of autonomous, efficiency-enhancing interacting devices, will not be possible if gadget-to-gadget microtransactions require the prohibitively expensive intermediation of centrally controlled ledgers. There are many other examples of how this problem limits innovation.

Economists rarely recognize or analyze these costs, perhaps because practices such as reconciliation of accounts are assumed to be an integral and inevitable feature of business (much as pre-Internet firms assumed that they had no choice but to pay large postal expenses at the post office. monthly bills). Could this blind spot explain why some influential economists have no hesitation in rejecting blockchain technology? Many say they cannot see the justification for its costs. Yet their analyses generally do not compare these costs with the social cost of trust that the new models seek to overcome.

However, more and more people understand this. Since Bitcoin's quiet publication in January 2009, its supporters have expanded considerably to include former Wall Street professionals, former Wall Street professionals, technology specialists from Silicon Valley, and development and aid experts from organisations such as the World Bank. Many see the rise of technology as a vital new phase in the Internet economy, one that is even more transformative than the first. While the first wave of online disruption saw brick and mortar companies being displaced by leaner digital intermediaries, this movement is challenging the very idea of for-profit intermediaries.

The need for trust, its cost and dependence on intermediaries is one of the reasons why giants such as Google, Facebook and Amazon are turning economies of scale and the benefits of network effects into de facto monopolies. These giants are, in fact, centralized ledger keepers, building vast registers of "transactions" in what is arguably the world's most important "currency": our digital data. By controlling these records, they control us.

The potential promise of overturning this entrenched, centralised system is an important factor behind the scene of the gold rush in the crypto-token market, with its rising but also volatile prices. There is no doubt that many investors, perhaps most of them, simply hope to get rich quickly and have little concern about the importance of the technology. But quirks like this one, however irrational they may be, don't appear out of nowhere. As with the advent of the transformative platform technologies of the past - railways, for example, or electricity - unbridled speculation is almost inevitable. Indeed, when a big new idea comes along, investors have no framework for estimating the value it will create or destroy, or for deciding which companies will win or lose.

Although major obstacles remain to be overcome before block chains can deliver on the promise of a more robust system for recording and storing objective truth, these concepts have already been tested in the field.

Open and freely accessible source code is the foundation of the future decentralised economy.

Companies such as IBM and Foxconn are exploiting the idea of immutability in projects that seek to unlock trade finance and make supply chains more transparent. Such transparency could also give consumers better information about the sources of what they are buying - if a t-shirt was made with workshop labour, for example.

Another important new idea is that of a digital asset. Before Bitcoin, no one could own a digital asset. Because copying digital content is easy to do and difficult to stop, suppliers of digital products such as MP3 audio files or e-books never give customers ownership of the content, but rent it out and define what users can do with it in a licence. This can lead to serious legal penalties if the licence is broken. That's why you can lend your Amazon Kindle book to a friend for 14 days, but you can't sell or give it away as a gift, like a paper book.

Bitcoin has shown that something of value can be both digital and unique. Since no one can change the register and "double the spending", nor duplicate a Bitcoin, it can be designed as a "thing" or a unique asset. This means that we can now represent any form of value, such as a title deed or a music track, as an entry in a blockchain transaction. And by digitising different forms of value in this way, we can introduce software to manage the economy around them.

As software elements, these new digital resources can be assigned certain "If X, then Y" properties. In other words, money can become programmable . For example, you can pay to rent an electric vehicle with digital tokens that are also used to activate or deactivate its engine, thus fulfilling the coded conditions of an intelligent contract . This is quite different from analogue tokens such as banknotes or metal coins, which are agnostic as to their use.

What makes these programmable money contracts "smart" is not that they are automated; we already have that when our bank follows our programmed instructions to automatically pay our credit card bill each month. It's that the computers running the contract are monitored by a decentralised blockchain network. This ensures that all signatories to an intelligent contract will be executed fairly.

With this technology, the computers of a shipper and an exporter, for example, could automate a transfer of ownership of goods once the decentralised software they both use sends a signal that a payment in digital currency - or a cryptographically unbreakable payment undertaking - has been made. Neither party necessarily trusts the other, but they can nevertheless carry out this automatic transfer without involving a third party. In this way, intelligent contracts take automation to a new level, enabling a much more open and comprehensive set of relationships.

Programmable money and smart contracts are a powerful way for communities to govern themselves in pursuit of common goals. They even offer a potential breakthrough in the "tragedy of communes", the long-standing idea that people cannot simultaneously serve their personal interest and the common good. This was evident in many of the blockbuster proposals of the 100 software engineers who took part in Hack4Climate at last year's UN climate change conference in Bonn. The winning team, with a project called GainForest, is developing a blockchain-based system that allows donors to reward vulnerable tropical forest communities for their demonstrable actions to restore the environment.

Yet this utopian, frictionless "symbolic economy" is far from reality. Regulators in China, South Korea and the United States have severely cracked down on token issuers and traders, viewing them as speculative schemes to make quick bucks that avoid securities laws rather than changing new business models. They are not entirely wrong: some developers have pre-sold tokens in "initial coin offerings" or ICOs, but have not used the money to build and market products. Public or "no-permission" blockchains such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, which offer the best promise of absolute openness and immutability, are facing growth difficulties. Bitcoin still cannot process more than seven transactions per second and transaction fees can sometimes rise, making it expensive to use.

In the meantime, centralised institutions that should be vulnerable to disruption, such as banks, are getting involved. They are protected by existing regulations, which are ostensibly imposed to keep them honest, but inadvertently constitute a compliance cost for start-ups. These regulations, such as the burdensome reporting and capital requirements imposed by the New York State Department of Financial Services' "BitLicense" on crypto-money transfer start-ups, become barriers to entry that protect incumbent operators.

But here's the thing: the open-source nature of the blockchain technology, its enthusiasm and the increasing value of the underlying tokens have encouraged a global pool of intelligent, passionate and financially motivated computer scientists to work to overcome these limitations. It is reasonable to assume that they will constantly improve the technology. As we have seen with Internet software, such open and extensible protocols can become powerful platforms for innovation. Block chain technology is evolving far too rapidly for us to assume that later versions will not be improved on the present, whether in Bitcoin's encryption-based protocol, Ethereum's smart contract-oriented block chain, or a as yet undiscovered platform.

The cryptographic bubble, like the Internet bubble, creates the infrastructure to build the technologies of the future. But there is also a key difference. This time, the funds raised are not used to subscribe to a physical infrastructure, but to a social infrastructure. It creates incentives to form global networks of collaborating developers, beehive minds whose interactive and iterative ideas are codified in lines of open-source software. This freely accessible code will enable the execution of countless ideas that are still unimaginable. It is the foundation on which the decentralised economy of the future will rest.

While few people in the mid-1990s were able to predict the emergence of Google, Facebook and Uber, we cannot predict which blockchain-based applications will emerge from the wreckage of this bubble to dominate the decentralised future. But that's what you get with scalable platforms. From the open protocols of the Internet to the essential components of algorithmic consensus and distributed record keeping in the blockchain, their power lies in creating an entirely new paradigm for innovators ready to imagine and deploy world-changing applications. In this case, these applications - in whatever form they take - will be aimed squarely at disrupting many of the control institutions that currently dominate our centralised economy."

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🟢A bifurcation of rules creates a diverging game protocol. North America play 'Football", created in 1869 as a game with an egg shaped ball, passed forward by throwing with hands. The original protocol for football was documented in 206BC in China under the Han Dynasty.

A new set of rules was created for competition football, in Greece in 228 which involved hands and violence. Association football, known as "Football" in the UK but "Soccer" in North America (to avoid confusion with their football protocol) was recorded in 1842, using feet only.

Soccer is played with a round ball and only the goalkeeper can use their hands inside their own box. Rugby began at my former school of Rugby, Warwickshire, UK, in 1823 by William Web Ellis, during a game of football where he picked up the ball and ran with it.

This is an egg shaped ball that can only be thrown backwards. North America adopted these rules of Rugby, adding protective helmets and body armour which are not allowed in Rugby. Australia did the something similar. In the UK, we call North American football "American Football".

We call Australian football "Aussie Rules Fooball" and both America, Canada and Australia call British Footbal "Soccer". UK plays both Football (Soccer) and Rugby, as do New Zealand, South Africa, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland and Oceana.

These sports are mutually exclusive and they have their own set protocols. They are not played in the same countries, in the same stadiums with the same fanbase. It's the same with BTC, BCH & BSV. All 3 have history going back to the Genesis block in January 2009.

BTC created a new game and new protocol in 2017 by adding changes to the protocol, thus changing the game. BCH changed the protocol too in 2018 creating a new protocol and non compatible ruleset. Cross chain Bitcoin transactions remain shared & mutually supported up until a fork.

Exchanges are like supporters. They call the sport they like playing the name of the team they support. These teams are reference node implementations chosen by the ticker (team) that was playing before. Bitcoin Core changed the Bitcoin protocol but retained the trading ticker.

Supporters of the original Bitcoin protocol have been reassigned tickers but have been reassigned names by exchanges to differentiate the naming convention of their hosting teams game. BSV is Bitcoin with the original progeny. It's Bitcoin in every sense of the founding protocol.

Now imagine the uproar if I went to America, bought out all of the football stadiums and told all of the players they can only play soccer rules, only with feet, only with a round ball. The fans turn up expecting touchdowns but they get headers, volleys, chips and hooks instead.

BSVers don't care about the ticker. The original Bitcoin ticker was XBT anyway. What we care about is our original game's protocol retaining its progeny and not having people who "ran with the ball' changing the rules of the game after they thought Satoshi had left.

Satoshi didn't leave. He focussed on creating a Football Association and international teams of players for a World Cup Competition, where everyone can compete. A global, international sport.

Core stole Satoshi's ball.
Craig Wright wants his ball back!

May the best team win.

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Now you understand why original protocol have bifurcated (Forked) to XBT > BTC > BCH > BSV. And why now BitcoinSV is only the real Bitcoin compliant with Satoshi Nakamoto (aka authentic CSW) work 👆

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UPDATE:
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🤡 how much are the BTC transfer fees? How much fake artificial BTC coinmarketcap? Fake Bitcoin = BTC. Verify




https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/transactionfees-btc-bsv.html#6m





Cheesy Hey bitcoinSchyzo troll you and your friends BTC princess gang trolls seems that you are expected:


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See your reaction. You are not explaining anything you are here on this thread just to insult people like the Internet trolls do, as your actions, your history and that of your friends testify. There is no pedagogy other than intimidation and insults that sound like rabbit farts.

Answering his questions would be a concrete step forward for you and your semblance of logic. Push on your neurons until you get all red in the face, free yourself, unleash your potential, get your head out of your ass.

Show honour and honesty for once you owe it to yourself.


Go BTC princess gang trolls. Make an effort. Third try, who can answer these questions?

To cryptotourist, bitcoinpsycho, and Bitcointalk BTC Trolls members army:

You seem determined in your obsession. Let us do otherwise.

Apart from the fact that Craig Wright has not yet proved to the public that he is Satoshi?

Let's focus objectively, can you prove to us...

Prove to us that BTC can be used to make nano deals.

Prove to us that BTC is complete Turing.

Prove to us that the SEGWIT update in 2017 has not changed and altered the Bitcoin code base functionality.

Prove to us that big blocks are useless.

Prove to us what is the scope of the BTC ecosystem.

Prove to us that the transaction costs are cheaper than on BSV.

Prove to us that BTC is scaled up.

Prove to us that the main BTC nodes are well decentralised.

Prove to us that BTC cannot be stopped.

Prove to us that BTC is exactly like XBT. (XBT was Bitcoin's ticket before 2017).

Prove to us that BSV is not Bitcoin.

And finally to finish this missive, prove to us that you are not stupid.

Suggestion: Call your buddies the other BTC Trolls if you don't know how to answer, it's legitimate.




  Another one running away.

  Simply. Answer his questions. Third chance - will the trolls try again?

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Cheesy Well then?! Despair sets in!? You're in need of an argument? Prison Break makes you crazy? Your phantasms about Wentworth Miller are still overwhelming you (again)? Come on, I'm going to give you a big hug!!! Come and love BSV!!! We're one big family!!! The large blocks will make you feel different, stronger... maybe 💪 you can be ... Understand real BitCoin attitude beyond speculation opens up other unlimited perspectives.... Open your mind Tsatsu! Be strong like BSV spirit; Be the #BitCoin.


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First lesson for Szabo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sne292YHu5k

But he got nick

Now on Segwit...

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