Alternative Coins & Systems


PII in the Bitcoin World

PII stands for personally identifiable information. Right now, I see and hear many people talking about just how easy it [...]

Contradictions

In reality, life can be complex. Contradictions exist because humans are messy. There is a quote by Ayn Rand that [...]

Spam Away…

The first thing to understand about why people attack me and try to teach false mythologies about Bitcoin is that [...]

Logical Fallacies and the SCADA Problem
By Craig Wright | 16 Jul 2019 | Alternative Coins & Systems, Economics, Law & Regulation

The arguments for extreme events are interesting, and one has to wonder about the motivation for them. The argument that [...]

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. [...]

Satoshi and Science

The scientific principle applies in all aspects of life, including jurisprudence and law. It has done so for a long [...]

Institutional madness

There is a simple reason why Tether (USDT) has avoided being audited. At least 31% of the reported funds have [...]

Never miss a story from Craig Wright (Bitcoin SV is the original Bitcoin)