Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech


The Myth of Bitcoin as a Voting System
By Craig Wright | 29 Sep 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

There lies an error in many people’s fundamental understanding of Bitcoin, and any blockchain system, that has been propagated by [...]

Bitcoin’s Model of Capitalism
By Craig Wright | 14 Sep 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

Some people think that Bitcoin is a system designed to act outside of state and society. Others believe that it [...]

What Proof-of-Work Is Used for (in Bitcoin)
By Craig Wright | 18 Aug 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

Proof-of-work has become fetishised and overly worshipped by some in the ‘cryptocurrency communities’ and when it comes to Bitcoin. Their [...]

Keys ≠ Identity
By Craig Wright | 08 Aug 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Math

In mathematics and logic, there are many functions that act only one-way. Bitcoin is based on many such functions. For [...]

What Is Censorship Resistance?
By Craig Wright | 10 Jul 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Bitcoin has nothing to do with ‘censorship resistance’, and it never did. The entire term is rather asinine. The only [...]

Cryptocurrency and the Law of the Horse

In 1996, Judge Easterbrook presented and spoke to the University of Chicago Law School. In his speech, he reflected the [...]

Techno-Communism and the Desire for Socialism through Code
By Craig Wright | 22 Jun 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

One of the primary arguments made over and over throughout ‘blockchain communities’ comes with the concept of being owed a [...]

Is Code Really Law?

Many people within the ‘cryptocurrency communities’ have made a religion of “code is law”, the flawed methodology of Lawrence Lessig [...]

The Right to Run a Node

The problem that exists in the Bitcoin environment today is reminiscent of society at large. For many years now, we [...]

A Discourse on Nodes

The definition that has propagated around the description of a Bitcoin node has led to a rather cultish ‘quasi-religion’. I [...]

Nodes, Hash Rate, and Signalling
By Craig Wright | 19 May 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

Some people falsely think that the amount of hash rate is a security feature in itself. The error here stems [...]

How the World Works; or, A Discourse on Fake News
By Craig Wright | 11 May 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

In the Bitcoin and “cryptocurrency” space, and I use the term cryptocurrency loosely as practically none of the other systems [...]

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