Is it the miners? The developers? The nodes? Who really defines Bitcoin, who establishes the rules that make it immutable, secures it against unwanted change, and determines the protocol that distinguish a random integer, from a true Bitcoin integer?
A great piece by John Carvalho. One of the most succinct explanations on defining Bitcoin without any unnecessary technical confusion. A necessity for the Cryptoconomy Audio Library, and a wonderful follow up to the recent BTC vs BSV debate on the Hotep Jesus show.
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