We make claims about Bitcoin’s assurances all the time. ┬áIt is censorship resistant, it’s open and permissionless, it’s counterfeit proof, etc. ┬áBut are these things entirely true? When someone wants to acquire, use, or validate Bitcoin, how well do the claims match reality?

Today we cover another great article from @nic_carter titled: “Unpacking Bitcoin’s Assurances.” ┬áDon’t forget to follow Nic on Twitter and Medium, and drop some applause on the original article at the link below:
https://medium.com/@nic__carter/unpacking-bitcoins-assurances-a3c98824d3f0

Mentioned again because it always seems to come up in discussion, the great piece by @hasufl and @zhusu about Bitcoin as an independent system for property rights:
https://anchor.fm/thecryptoconomy/episodes/CryptoQuikRead_225—Bitcoin–the-Promise-of-Independent-Property-Rights-e3j6b8

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