️Who Secures Bitcoin?

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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