A Monetary Layer for the Internet

“The project was initially understood as yet another doomed attempt to construct a digital currency by the disillusioned cypherpunk community. And without anyone’s permission, Bitcoin slowly emerged and diligently grew to become adopted by a small group of computer researchers, cryptographers and engineers curious to decipher the technology.”  – Thibaud Marechal

Another great article at Bitcoin Magazine on the history of the internet, and how Bitcoin finally fulfills the ultimate vision of a monetary protocol native to the world wide web. After decades of failed attempts, we finally have an independent, decentralized, native language for communicating, verifying, and exchanging value in cyberspace. A new world is born.

The original article and a bunch of other great piece can be found at Bitcoin Magazine below:

Links to other episodes and works mentioned in today’s show:

Guy’s Take – The Internet is Too Complex to Work

The Bitcoin Survivor’s Book List:


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