Many people lust for control. They need to control objects, animals, and people. This need for domination leads some to use violence to sate their urges.
One of the bigger mysteries in the cryptocurrency world is the matter of who Satoshi Nakamoto is. The infamous creator of Bitcoin and blockchain, Nakamoto is still an unknown individual or group to the rest of…
#Findsatoshi is the latest effort to galvanize worldwide support in order to, once and for all, find the enigmatic creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto.
Government is a law factory. It passes laws in the same manner that another type of factory extrudes metal molding…But, whereas a factory which extrudes metal molding is providing a product which is useful to the citizens generally, and which certain citizens will purchase voluntarily; the government factory extrudes compulsion which is useful principally to the government, itself, but is purchased [through taxes and other ‘fees’] in advance by the people, who are never in a position to refuse to buy.-Robert LeFevre, The Nature of Man and His GovernmentA key difference between state and society: the latter does not force people to buy products or services they do not want.
$45,000 have already been collected for the past three days to find out the identity of the Bitcoin Network creator Satoshi Nakamoto.
People have tried to uncover Satoshi Nakamoto’s identity with a scientific method called stylometry, which shows not many people write like Nakamoto.
If you’ve ever thought of acquiring a digital, virtual citizenship, there are a couple of new options on the table — a ‘Satoshi Nakamoto Republic’ and a ‘Soviet Land’ on blockchain, among others.
Bitcoin’s pseudonymous creator(s) Satoshi Nakamoto utilized a range of scientific and economic models when he developed the world’s first digital
Blockstream is working with former national spies. The question is, why on earth would a cryptocurrency company have the need to employ former spies. On October 23, 2014, Blockstream goes public and announces funding and the formation of their company.
Shlomi Dolev Contributor Shlomi Dolev is the Chair Professor and founder of the Computer Science department of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. He is the author of Self-Stabilization. Shlomi also is a cybersecurity entrepreneur and the co-founder and chief scientist of Secret Double Octopus.