June 2019

Operating an Escrow Document Storage and Secure Signing Registry
By Craig Wright | 26 Jun 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Math

Abstract. We propose a system, method, server processing system, and computer-program product for operating an escrow document storage and secure

The Genetic Fallacy
By Craig Wright | 18 Jun 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Philosophy

The genetic fallacy avoids an argument by shifting the focus onto something’s or someone’s origins. It’s similar to an ad

Taxing Crypto
By Craig Wright | 17 Jun 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation

Like it or not, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies do not stop you from paying tax. They are not designed for

Monetary Law and Blockchains

The first thing to realise is that blockchains do not fork in a manner that splits the chain. Where such

Feign Madness but Keep Your Balance

(假痴不癲/假痴不癫, Jiǎ chī bù diān) Hide behind the mask of a fool, a drunk, or a madman to create confusion about

The Right to Privacy

Bitcoin is a system that works within the majority of legal frameworks — all of the ones in the free world. An

Fully Peer-to-Peer

In 2011, I sent my last email as Satoshi to Gavin… Gavin,I wish you wouldn’t keep talking about me as

MSBs and Account-Based Systems

Monero and mixed coins (such as those using Schnorr) are engaged in the activity of money transfers and money handling.

From the Bygone Days of Yore — Part 1
By Craig Wright | 03 Jun 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Philosophy

In today’s post, I will go back to 2012: Panopticrypt had been running since 2011, and I was ready to

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