Day One Notes from the Satoshi’s Vision Conference in Tokyo

I’m in Tokyo this weekend at the Satoshi’s Vision Conference to discuss the present and future of Bitcoin Cash. Day 1 wrapped up last night (I missed the social because I slept through my nap alarm) and as promised, here are some notes and updates for people who couldn’t make it to Japan, in no […]

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Why Bitcoin Cash matters

Why does Bitcoin Cash matter when cryptocurrencies like Litecoin, Dogecoin, and dozens of other alt coins already exist which work quickly and have low transaction fees? [1] This is a question I see every day in some form on Twitter or Reddit. I think it comes at worst from people who want to undermine Bitcoin […]

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Bitcoin Cash strikes back

Within an hour of posting this essay several Bitcoin Core supporters tried to hack into my Twitter account. A common argument used by Bitcoin Core is that Bitcoin Cash users should stop attacking Bitcoin Core and focus on itself and it’s own merits. This is amusing coming from a group of people who get accounts banned on […]

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100+ Quotes about Bitcoin Cash: The Definitive Resource

The BTC/BCH debates are some of the noisiest debates on Twitter today. Accounts are being reported and banned, censorship is high, and trolls spam discussion threads with “bcash, bcash, bcash!” For the past few weeks I’ve been doing research for a new project and part of that included finding quotes from Bitcoin Cash users. It […]

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Theoretical Bitcoiner

The Theoretical Man is one of the most common arguments online today. First defined by my friend Isaac Morehouse after a series of conversations we had, the Theoretical Man is the imaginary man who is brought up so often today, particularly online, to discredit, undermine, shame or abuse. You have probably encountered him yourself. He offers people […]

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