Who REALLY owns Bitcoin and is it a threat to security?
One of the reasons why Bitcoin isn't more widespread is a lack of transparency and trust in the company. Like many investments, Bitcoin is a risk, but the absence of a known owner raises even more trepidation in the public's eye. So who REALLY owns Bitcoin, and why is he or she operating under a pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto? A public face would not only increase the reliability and usage of Bitcoin but would allocate additional fame and fortune to the owner. Obviously, many conspiracy theories dominate the internet and there is no need to rehash such claims here. However, as a globalized currency, Bitcoin has the potential to devalue state currencies and prohibit fiscal sanctions against anti-humanitarian regimes. If it were just a startup, why wouldn't the owner come forward? It seems a little suspicious and harmful to the companies image.
Don't bother with hardware wallets in card format
Hardly a Bitcoin conference goes by without a new credit card-sized "hardware wallet" being thrust into your hand. A proud €100 equivalent is said to have been given to attendees of the Bitcoin 2022 conference in Miami in the form of a card wallet. At first glance, the format seems obvious: Most people are already
Russia To Allow International Trade In Bitcoin, Crypto For Any Industry: Report
“[The central bank] is in favor of creating a full-fledged infrastructure for the circulation of digital currencies in Russia,”
Safe Lightning Transactions Without The Need for Continuous Network Connectivity
One of the biggest issues with Bitcoin’s Lightning Network is that constant self-monitoring is required to keep your funds secure and to prevent theft by your state channel counterparty. Today I…