The Last Days of Satoshi

The Last Days of Satoshi

“To be sure, by the waning days of 2010, Satoshi Nakamoto was still acknowledged for inventing Bitcoin, and was respected for growing the world’s first decentralized digital currency into a $1 million market. But as frustrations with his authority and...
Len Sassaman & Satoshi, A Cypherpunk History

Len Sassaman & Satoshi, A Cypherpunk History

“Embedded on every single node of the Bitcoin network is an obituary . Hacked into the transaction data, it’s a memorial to Len Sassaman, a man essentially immortalized in the blockchain itself. A fitting tribute in more ways than one.’ – Evan h In...
Bitcoin is Not What you Think it is

Bitcoin is Not What you Think it is

• Money is not what you think it is • Great societies are a result of great money • Money is more foundational than language • Prices are not arbitrary • The nature of time • Money is a tool of information • Proof of work in ancient history …And so much more in...
Bitcoin & the Printing Press

Bitcoin & the Printing Press

“As books became more accessible and affordable, individuals were now personally consuming, reflecting upon and critiquing written texts. It was an idea meritocracy. No longer was “truth” conferred solely by the ordained to the illiterate masses inside of churches.”...
Bullish on Bitcoiners

Bullish on Bitcoiners

“After all, Bitcoin is just a tool, and it’s only revolutionary in so far as its unique attributes generate novel possibilities for action — that is to say, new behaviors.” -John Vallis Before continuing our ride through The Bitcoin Times, we have a...