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Bitcoin Cash: Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash (BCH)

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) brings sound money to the world. Merchants and users are empowered with low fees and reliable confirmations. The future shines brightly with unrestricted growth, global adoption, permissionless innovation, and decentralized development. All Bitcoin holders as of block 478558 are now owners of Bitcoin Cash. All Bitcoiners are welcome to join the Bitcoin Cash community as we move forward in creating sound money accessible to the whole world.
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The Dusk Network

The Dusk Network is a privacy-oriented blockchain protocol, that anyone can use to create zero-knowledge dApps. By allowing Dusk to be openly accessible, Dusk Network aims to become the privacy infrastructure of choice for an entire ecosystem of solutions.
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Syscoin - The blockchain platform for real money, assets, and blazing-fast token payments that scale

Syscoin Platform provides permissionless interoperability, token and asset microtransactions that are scalable, and bitcoin-core-compliant security. It interoperates today with any Ethereum standard ERC-20 token without involving market-driven mechanisms, counterparties or liquidity providers. Syscoin Core provides a SHA-256 merge-mined proof of work blockchain.
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Scalability via permissionless childchains & Bitcoin 2-way-peg: allows any blockchain design built on top of Bitcoin today

Scalability via permissionless childchains & Bitcoin 2-way-peg: allows any blockchain design built on top of Bitcoin today submitted by awasi868 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

“ 100% on-chain peer-to-peer crowdfunding. Offered, negotiated, and executed on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain by 4 independent parties with no off-chain communication necessary between any of them. Trustless and permissionless.”

“ 100% on-chain peer-to-peer crowdfunding. Offered, negotiated, and executed on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain by 4 independent parties with no off-chain communication necessary between any of them. Trustless and permissionless.” submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Minting Mechanisms for Blockchain: Permissionless blockchain systems, such as Bitcoin, rely on users using their computational power to solve a puzzle in order to achieve a consensus.

Minting Mechanisms for Blockchain: Permissionless blockchain systems, such as Bitcoin, rely on users using their computational power to solve a puzzle in order to achieve a consensus. submitted by CoreyGilligan to ico [link] [comments]

Minting Mechanisms for Blockchain: Permissionless blockchain systems, such as Bitcoin, rely on users using their computational power to solve a puzzle in order to achieve a consensus.

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"Everytime there's a big criminal bust involving Bitcoin, and people's identities are revealed, the HODLers come out and say "We never said it was anonymous! The blockchain is public. Everyone can see it. We just claim it's permissionless!" Sorry, but that's garbage. Here's why..."

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Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry"

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Wired: Trump wants to make "cyber" better. Here's why he should look to Bitcoin's open, permissionless, blockchain as the future of cybersecurity.

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Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Recognizes Bitcoin as Permissionless and Decentralized, Says It's Not... - Invest In Blockchain

Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Recognizes Bitcoin as Permissionless and Decentralized, Says It's Not... - Invest In Blockchain submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

BCH DEVCON coming October 11th-12th during SF Blockchain Week. A developer hackathon to learn about building tools and services on Bitcoin Cash, sponsored by Bitmain and Permissionless Ventures

BCH DEVCON coming October 11th-12th during SF Blockchain Week. A developer hackathon to learn about building tools and services on Bitcoin Cash, sponsored by Bitmain and Permissionless Ventures submitted by SMcKie to btc [link] [comments]

BCH DEVCON coming October 11th-12th during SF Blockchain Week. A developer hackathon to learn about building tools and services on Bitcoin Cash, sponsored by Bitmain and Permissionless Ventures

BCH DEVCON coming October 11th-12th during SF Blockchain Week. A developer hackathon to learn about building tools and services on Bitcoin Cash, sponsored by Bitmain and Permissionless Ventures submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

BCH DEVCON coming October 11th-12th during SF Blockchain Week. A developer hackathon to learn about building tools and services on Bitcoin Cash, sponsored by Bitmain and Permissionless Ventures

BCH DEVCON coming October 11th-12th during SF Blockchain Week. A developer hackathon to learn about building tools and services on Bitcoin Cash, sponsored by Bitmain and Permissionless Ventures submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Permissionless Real Estate Title Transfers on the Bitcoin Blockchain in the USA!

Permissionless Real Estate Title Transfers on the Bitcoin Blockchain in the USA! submitted by startup_guy2 to BlockchainEngineering [link] [comments]

[Sam Ro] RT @stlouisfed: Blockchain, Satoshi Nakamoto, permissionless payments… Brush up on the history, mechanisms, and applications of Bitcoin htt…

[Sam Ro] RT @stlouisfed: Blockchain, Satoshi Nakamoto, permissionless payments… Brush up on the history, mechanisms, and applications of Bitcoin htt… submitted by jeff98379 to newstweetfeed [link] [comments]

FCA is open to permissionless blockchains (E.g Bitcoin) - BIG NEWS -

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Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry" (X-post).

Jon Matonis: submitted by quadrilliondollars to btc [link] [comments]

Wired: Trump wants to make "cyber" better. Here's why he should look to Bitcoin's open, permissionless, blockchain as the future of cybersecurity.

Wired: Trump wants to make submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry

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Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry"

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Wired: Trump wants to make "cyber" better. Here's why he should look to Bitcoin's open, permissionless, blockchain as the future of cybersecurity.

This is an automatic summary, original reduced by 82%.
An often-overlooked solution worth considering: open blockchain networks like bitcoin, Ethereum, and Zcash.
In some ways open blockchain networks are similar to the technologies employed by Dyn and other traditional infrastructure providers.
Just like a centralized DNS server, open blockchain networks keep track of important data and protect that data from malicious or fraudulent interference.
Open blockchain networks could also be used to securely record all sorts of information, everything from DNS records to smart-device identities and user-access rights in the internet of things.
A blockchain is just a data structure, it's just 1's and 0's. What's truly revolutionary about bitcoin is the consensus mechanism that helps all of the computers on the network come to agreement over what new data is valid and should be included in the blockchain, and what data is an attack and should be ignored.
Anyone who wants to help store and validate DNS data can run the relevant software, connect to the peer-to-peer network, download a copy of the network's communally maintained DNS blockchain, validate and relay new requests for changes to that record, and reap a small digital currency reward for providing this public good.
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Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry" (X-post).

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Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry"

"There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry" - http://pbnj.io/20a
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CME Group visiting my business school to test new feasibility ideas for permissionless/permissioned blockchains. /r/Bitcoin

CME Group visiting my business school to test new feasibility ideas for permissionless/permissioned blockchains. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

MIT Bitcoin Expo 2019 - A Debate on Permissioned vs. Permissionless Systems Redactable Blockchain in the Permissionless Setting Permissioned blockchain explained A Debate on Permissioned vs Permissionless Systems Bitcoin Expo Permissionless vs. Permissioned Blockchain Use Cases

Die Blockchain verbraucht Unmengen an Strom, verarbeitet nur wenige Transkationen pro Sekunde und ist anfällig für Betrug - das meinen zumindest viele ihrer Kritiker. Doch Blockchain ist nicht nur Bitcoin. Das eigentliche Potenzial der Technologie liegt in nicht öffentlichen Blockchain-Lösungen. A permissionless blockchain network is typified in Bitcoin and even Ethereum. These are both cryptocurrency projects, but are decidedly public and facilitate and depend upon user adoption. These networks equip each user with a personal address and the ability to transact on the network. Users can also opt into nodes where mining (verification) is enacted. This sees them thus adding to the ... Permissioned vs Permissionless Blockchains: Understanding the Differences. By Daniel Dob January 7, 2020. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Email. Share . Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pinterest Email. The last couple of years have brought along a massive increase in the popularity of blockchain technology, with numerous projects being implemented by private and ... Blockchain pubblicamente accessibili o Permissionless Permettono a chiunque di accedere alla pari ed effettuare transazioni. La prima blockchain storica è stata usata su Bitcoin con l’unico scopo di scambiare la sua criptovaluta interna da persona a persona in maniera sicura e completamente anonima. Permissionless blockchain is contrary to what you read above – Here anyone can join the network, participate in the process of block verification to create consensus and also create smart contracts. A good example of permissionless blockchain is the Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains, where any user can join the network and start mining.

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MIT Bitcoin Expo 2019 - A Debate on Permissioned vs. Permissionless Systems

The Permissioned (Frans Kempen, IBM) vs Permissionless (Justin Bons, Cybercapital) Blockchains was held at the 12th edition of Blockchain Talks in Amsterdam on October 11th, 2018. Blockchain Talks ... Redactable Blockchain in the Permissionless Setting - Sri Aravinda Krishnan Thyagarajan Presented at the 2019 IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy May 20–22,... The term blockchain was coined through bitcoin, but it represents dozens of years of computer science and contributions. Connect with Jerry on Twitter: http:... Futuristic vision of a network of interoperable permissionless blockchain. This is a simple, funny and inaccurate representation of what a Network of Blockchain can potentially looks like in a ... Blockchain Training Alliance 6,168 views 1:16:16 Consensus Algorithms, Blockchain Technology and Bitcoin UCL - by Andreas M. Antonopoulos - Duration: 1:24:22.

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