Who is Craig Wright?
As part of our Who's Who section, today we take a look at Dr. Craig S. Wright (CSW), a controversial cryptocurrency personality who claims to be the real Satoshi Nakamoto.
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Who is Spencer Dinwiddie? [SD8 Token]
Spencer Dinwiddie is a pro basketball player who describes himself as "a tech guy with a jumper".
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Dinwiddie is the first pro athlete in the maj...
Who is Aleksandra Joanna Jaworska?
Joanna Jaworska is a Polish economist who specializes in blockchain technology.
She is head of ICO/STO Marketing Strategy at Insight Global PR.
Her ICOBench profile informs ...
Who is Justin Sun?
Justin Sun is the TRON cryptocurrency creator and current leader.
He is also Chief Executive Officer at decentralized file distribution company BitTorrent.
Sun has been feat...
Who is Adam Back?
In today's Who's Who section of Crypto.BI, we introduce Adam Back, a cryptographer from Great Britain who created HashCash, one of the most fundamental pieces of the Bitcoin softw...
Who is Andreas Antonopoulos?
Today's post on the Who's Who section of Crypto.BI is about Andreas Antonopoulos, a British born author, speaker and Bitcoin advocate.
Antonopoulos was born in the UK but was r...
Who is Gavin Andresen?
As part of the Who's Who section of Crypto.BI, today we present the profile of Gavin Andresen, one of Bitcoin's most important figures and its lead developer for many years.
Who is Vitalik Buterin?
As part of the Who's Who section of Crypto.BI, today we present the profile of one of the most influential software developers in the cryptocurrency field, being co-responsible fo...
What is the difference between digital money and cryptocurrencies?
Cryptocurrencies are a form of digital money, but what we normally understand as digital money is represented in fiat currency. For instance, prepaid cards, virtual credit cards and other forms of digital money are simply fiat money deposited into some account under a traditional banking institution. Parents, for instance, can load up their children’s cards […]
Can Bitcoin SV scale?
Bitcoin SV has made the transition to (for all practical purposes) unlimited block size. You can now store any amount of data on the BSV blockchain, which raises serious questions about scalability. If every application decides to store data on one blockchain, will the system remain usable? Will setting up a full node continue to […]
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Bitcoin SV stands for Bitcoin Satoshi Vision, a Bitcoin fork led by Calvyn Ayre and Craig Wright. SV offers unlimited block size.
Craig Wright is a controversial cryptocurrency personality which claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto. He's the lead figure behind Bitcoin SV.
99Bitcoins.com is a popular Bitcoin and cryptocurrency informational website.
Nate Martin is a popular cryptocurrency personality, usually seen on 99Bitcoin.com''s videos.
HashCash is an early Proof of Work (PoW) system developed by Adam Back. Its initial purpose was to fight email spam, but HashCash ended up becoming a central component of the Bitcoin consensus mechanism.