We make claims about Bitcoin’s assurances all the time. It is censorship resistant, it’s open and permissionless, it’s counterfeit proof, etc. But 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.” Don’t forget to follow Nic on Twitter and Medium, and drop some applause on the original article at the link below:
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:
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