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An Order-of-Magnitude Estimate of the Relative Sustainability of the Bitcoin Network

  SEE THE FULL REPORT HERE IN PDF FORMAT: An Order-of-Magnitude Estimate of the Relative Sustainability of the Bitcoin Network   There has been a lot of uncertainty surrounding the sustainability of the Bitcoin network, with this fascinating nascent technology

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Discover the Digital Economy – Seven Steps for Getting into Bitcoin!

Hass McCook | 20 April 2014   Here is a piece I wrote for The Renegade Times in March to guide you through your first foray into Bitcoin. http://renegadetimes.com/2014/03/28/discover-the-digital-economy-seven-steps-for-getting-into-bitcoin/  

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Busting Bitcoin Myths: Myth #004 – Dr. Evil can overtake the Bitcoin Network

Busting Bitcoin Myths: Myth #004 – Dr. Evil can overtake the Bitcoin Network Hass McCook | 9 April 2014   The Myth “Dr. Evil can just spend billions of dollars buying the world’s most powerful super-computers and take over the

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Busting Bitcoin Myths: Myth #003 – Bitcoin (i.e. SHA256 encryption) can be hacked

Busting Bitcoin Myths: Myth #003 – Bitcoin (i.e. SHA256 encryption) can be hacked Hass McCook | 9 April 2016   The Myth “I don’t trust bitcoin – it gets hacked too often. Didn’t you hear about Mt Gox?”   The

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Busting Bitcoin Myths: Myth #002 – There aren’t enough bitcoin addresses

Busting Bitcoin Myths: Myth #002 – There aren’t enough Bitcoin Addresses Hass McCook | 9 April 2014   The Myth “Because bitcoin wallet addresses are randomly generated, it is likely that someone else will generate the same address as me,

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Busting Bitcoin Myths: Myth #001 – There aren’t enough bitcoins

Busting Bitcoin Myths: Myth #001 – There aren’t enough bitcoins Hass McCook | 9 April 2014   The Myth “21 million coins won’t be enough if you want the whole world to use Bitcoin.” The Facts Whilst the supply of

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