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Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part VI

Liu and Camp (2006) demonstrate the common error made by many trained in computer science but not economics. In their

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part V

The Bitcoin white paper (Wright, 2008, p. 1) references a system that provides “small casual payments,” allowing for the dissemination

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part IV

Rajasekaran et al. (2022) demonstrate the problem when researchers focus on papers published within the last 3 to 5 years,

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part III

Cimini, G., Squartini, T., Saracco, F., Garlaschelli, D., Gabrielli, A., & Caldarelli, G. (2019). The statistical physics of real-world networks.

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part II

Annotated Bibliography: Part II Hoffman et al. (2020) aid in evidencing how the terminology and descriptions associated with decentralisation can

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part I

Annotated Bibliography: Part I The concept of decentralisation has become a core topic when it comes to describing how blockchain-based

Pathology in Speculative and Science Fiction Literatures
By Craig Wright | 24 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Law & Regulation

Speculative and science fiction can serve as a methodology to explore the nature of humanity and the development of new

Cancelled: The New Censorship
By Craig Wright | 17 Jan 2023 | Education, Law & Regulation

Part 1: The Case Introduction George Orwell warned of the power of repressed speech and the rise of Big Brother

The Republican Order and the Pragmatic Politics of The Faerie Queene
By Craig Wright | 12 Jan 2023 | Education, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Cheney (220) discusses many aspects of republican thought, and analyses the changes in political structures to argue that the West’s

Time, History, and Politics through the Eyes and Ears of Shakespeare
By Craig Wright | 10 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Law & Regulation

Shakespeare cared little for historical accuracy; rather, the author used historical events as psychological markers that would ‘jog’ the memory

Liability in Peer-to-Peer Networks

To some, the current developer issues with Bitcoin are about overturning all the changes around Grokster and LimeWire. There is

Prometheus: Choosing to Be Bound
By Craig Wright | 22 Dec 2022 | Education, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Prometheus Bound, Aeschylus In knowingly choosing rebellion, Prometheus set the stage, defining a choice of opposing tyranny and unjust laws,

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