Let’s Talk Bitcoin! #383 Hashpower and Consensus (in the world of dust)
On Todays Episode of Let’s Talk Bitcoin…
First, Adam B. Levine, Stephanie Murphy and Jonathan Mohan talk about the recently lawsuit filed against many of the largest players in Bitcoin Cash. Expanding on last weeks discussion if Hashpower isn’t enough, should it be enough to dictate consensus?
Then, Adam is joined by one of the authors of the Crypto Caselaw Minute and returning guest Stephen Palley for a more in-depth look at the
And finally, Bitcoin Clock creator and long time LTB editor Matthew Zipkin tells us how he wound up hand-making „non-boring bitcoin full nodes“, which listeners of the Let’s Talk Bitcoin! show have an opportunity to win.
Links from the episode:
Episode Sponsored by www.Bkeychain.comBitcoin Cash Lawsuit full texthttps://www.scribd.com/document/395082279/Bcash-Suit
Crypto Caselaw Minutehttps://medium.com/crypto-caselaw-minute
Stephen Palley on Twitter:https://twitter.com/stephendpalley
Matthew Zipkin on Twitter:https://twitter.com/matthewzipkin
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This episode was sponsored by Bkeychain.com. It featured content from Stephanie Murphy, Jonathan Mohan, Stephen Palley, Matthew Zipkin and Adam B. Levine.
Music for episode 383 was provided by Jared Rubens and General Fuzz, with editing by Matthew Zipkin and Adam Levine.
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