Join hosts Adam B. Levine, Jonathan Mohan and Andreas M. Antonopoulos as they explore the various ways in which consensus has been reached recently across the two largest protocols. The differences in technology and underlying philosophy means some solutions are more enticing to Ethereum and others to Bitcoin.
Why and by what proof?
This was published by Dan Held as part of his monthly free subscription newsletters. It describes the finer nuances in the software protocol that define bitcoin and ethereum.
Bitcoin and decentralized networks won’t be killed by regulation, but a structure built by both sides will serve as a bridge between the two worlds.
The Co$t of Crypto Podcast, Episode 22 – El Salvador, The Spark of Light
Follow TinyCryptoBlog – Website | YouTube | BitChute | Odysee | Steemit | Twitter | Minds | Peepeth | Facebook | Soundcloud | Medium Enjoy and be well, Everyone. To the last paragraph, I’d like to add two things. One, this… Read More ›
“Bitcoin: The End Of Money As We Know It traces the history of money from the bartering societies of the ancient world to the trading floors of Wall St.”
Interesting tidbit. It’s worth remembering that bitcoin is: Global Permissionless (anyone can opt-in and participate) Censorship-resistant (anyone with an internet connection can participate, regardless of jurisdiction Decentralized (no one entity controls it and can therefore manipulate the blockchain record) Distributed… Read More ›