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Leading Bitcoin Educator Andreas Antonopoulos Calls for Decentralization Over Twitter

Andreas M Antonopoulos is a noted bitcoin and cryptocurrency advocate who has, in the past, started discussions online about both industries and just recently, held some twitter sessions where he discussed cryptocurrency adoption and the evolution of the money at length. As the sessions began, he tweeted, “ Bitcoin Q&A: The obsoletion of legacy systems” This then signaled the beginning of some back and forth discussions between Antonopoulos and other Twitter users. The session in question was the Polish Bitcoin Congress in Warsaw and during this session, Antonopoulos expressed a lack of faith in traditional financial institutions adapting to the revolutions being brought forward by the blockchain industry. With time, he says, the idea of a centralized body holding on to people’s funds and assets will become not only an obscure concept but an elitist one as well, something that only old rich people do. In recent times, there has been a mixed response from the finance world to the emergence of the blockchain. There are a number of institutions that have started to embrace blockchain in a bid to hold onto their clientele. An example of this would be the National Bank of Kuwait and SWIFT who have partnered with blockchain firms in an effort to keep up with the quick cross-border transaction times that blockchain firms offer clients. In the past, these firms held a monopoly on financial transactions but not anymore. He has also stated that the employees of the traditional firms will quit once they become aware of the many opportunities that exist in the decentralized world, rather than stay with firms that cannot accommodate innovation. Keys To The City One word of advice that Antonopoulos had for users was to hold on to their private keys and avoid keeping money on exchanges. “Keep your own keys. Take the decentralized system power in your own hands. Hold the keys for all your crypto,” he said. In light of the recent hacks at several exchanges in the last few months, his advice certainly has merit. To push adoption, Antonopoulos has said that it is up to the crypto community to use coins to pay for and to accept coins for any goods and service that they have interaction with. He did note, however, that market forces will be the main determining factor in what kind of applications blockchain will see in the coming years. In closing, he touched on the fact that crypto wasn’t created to simply replace fiat currency but to foster an environment where many coins can thrive. “This will be fungible and fluid and easily exchangeable by an algorithm in your wallet that decides how to arbitrage between two opportunities,” he said.
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Bitcoin [BTC] maximalist Andreas Antonopoulos urges people to embrace decentralization

Andreas M Antonopoulos, a Bitcoin advocate, addressed a few questions regarding cryptocurrency adoption and the evolution of the money concept over three different sessions. Andreas summing up the three sessions tweeted through his official Twitter handle, “Bitcoin Q&A: The obsoletion of legacy systems”. During the Q/A session at the Polish Bitcoin Congress [Polski Kongres Bitcoin], Warsaw, he asserted that the traditional financial institution establishment will adapt ‘poorly’ to the transformation stirred by the creation of the digital asset. He further said that the idea of a centralized entity holding an individual’s money will be one of the “obscure, weird and elitist things” soon. It would soon be a hobby that only “old rich people” can afford to do, like owning a horse, he said. Calling the traditional financial system ‘sclerotic,’ Andreas stated that once the people who work for it realize the opportunity of a decentralized system, they will quit. The reason being that old, big and centralized institutions won’t be able to accommodate creative and interesting people in their rigid structure. During one of his AMA sessions, he even advised people to not keep coins in a centralized wallet. The Bitcoin [BTC] maximalist said: “Keep your own keys. Take the decentralized system power in your own hands. Hold the keys for all your crypto.” Pressing for the adoption of digital currency, Andreas admitted that it is not possible to completely do away with the centralized systems. Having said that, he urged people to use and accept cryptocurrency wherever feasible for all the products and services that an individual renders. This would be a step forward in triggering adoption. To a question seeking to know if the cryptocurrency industry is still less than money, Andreas said that the future application of the technology cannot be determined by developers. Instead, it is the market that decides what kind of application can be run on the developed tech. He further said that replacing money is not about disrupting the current banking industry. Andreas maintained that this tech is not about cardinally altering what money is and its mechanisms. There will not be one single virtual currency that is going to replace conventional money. Citing that the technology stands for the proliferation of different currencies for different purposes, Andreas stated: “This will be fungible and fluid and easily exchangeable by an algorithm in your wallet that decides how to arbitrage between two opportunities.” The post Bitcoin [BTC] maximalist Andreas Antonopoulos urges people to embrace decentralization appeared first on AMBCrypto.

SEC Commissioner: Decentralization Is At The Root of Our Economic System

Commissioner Hester Peirce wants to open the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) to innovation and entrepreneurship. And she calls for a novel and better regulatory framework that is more adaptable to the crypto space. Commissioner Peirce: SEC to Open the Doors to Innovation Speaking at an event entitled Protecting the Public While Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship: First Principles for Optimal Regulation, at the University of Missouri School of Law, on February 8, 2019, SEC commissioner, Hester Peirce, remarked that the SEC needs to welcome innovation to improve the financial market function and facilitate access to financial markets to all segments of the population. Peirce stressed the importance of the SEC’s attitude toward innovation, saying: [W]e regulate an industry that is a key gatekeeper for progress and productivity in the rest of the economy. Now, the advent of blockchain technology brings a golden opportunity for the SEC to reconsider its approach at handling innovation and entrepreneurship. She explained, The agency’s opportunity to rethink its approach to innovation also arises out of a decade of technological development related to blockchain and cryptocurrencies. This area has challenged many regulators around the world, and the SEC is certainly no exception. We, along with other regulators, are asking how existing rules apply in this space and whether a new regulatory framework would work better. Peirce: Decentralization Is at the Root of Our Economic System Peirce acknowledges that for the SEC, decentralization is particularly challenging because “Blockchain-based networks offer a new way of coordinating human action that does not fit as neatly within our securities framework.” However, she also notes, Decentralization is nothing new; it is at the root of our economic system; free markets draw on the talents and knowledge of people all across society to produce what society needs. One of the most critical problems is the fact that the SEC applies securities laws to crypto asset offerings. But when crypto assets are not traded as investment contracts, they are not securities. Thus, according to Peirce, “tokens sold for use in a functioning network, rather than as investment contracts, fall outside the definition of securities.” In this regard, Peirce worries about the “overly broad” application of the Howey Test, which the Supreme Court designed to determine whether a particular transaction should classify as an investment contract. According to the Howey Test, to determine whether a blockchain token is indeed a security, the token must meet three specific conditions: 1. An investment of money. 2. In a common enterprise. 3. With an expectation of profits predominantly from the efforts of others. However, as Peirce points out, not all the blockchain-based projects would be able to pass the Howey Test. And she suggests that Congress might resolve this issue “by simply requiring that at least some digital assets be treated as a separate asset class.” I look forward to working with you @SECJackson to open the doors to innovation, but we're not a merit regulator issuing seals of approval, so let's encourage investors to do their own work to decide whether an investment is right for them: — Hester Peirce (@HesterPeirce) February 7, 2019 Last week, Bitcoinist reported that Peirce’s fellow commissioner, Robert J. Jackson Jr. expects the Bitcoin ETF to be approved by the regulator sooner or later. Given Commissioner Peirce’s calls to open the doors to innovation, is the SEC now more likely to approve Bitcoin ETFs? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! _______________________________________________________________________ Images courtes of Shutterstock The post SEC Commissioner: Decentralization Is At The Root of Our Economic System appeared first on

BTT and TRX together Creates a New Internet Economy Driven by Decentralization: Justin Sun

BitTorrent foundation is finally going to initiate the first airdrop of BitTorrent (BTT) today at block height 6.6 million to Tron (TRX) holders. It would involve the airdrop of 10,890,000,000 BitTorrent (BTT), corresponding to 1.1 percent of total supply. BitTorrent Foundation also plans to airdrop additional 99,990,000,000 BTT that is 10 percent of the total supply to long-term Tron holders during online and offline events. There is no minimum TRX required to qualify for BTT airdrops. Everyone who is holding TRX and all officials wallets relaying on Tron network and carrying TRX are eligible for BTT airdrops, in the ratio of approximately 1 TRX = 0.11 BTT. Longest Airdrop in History BitTorrent airdrop is not going to be just one-off event rather it is a gift that will keep on giving. According to the official announcement, “Over the next 12 months following this initial airdrop, 11,880,000,000 BTT will be offered to TRX holders, corresponding to 1.2% of total supply. In 2020, the BitTorrent Foundation will airdrop 12,870,000,000 BTT, corresponding to 1.3% of the total supply, and over the next six years, the percentage airdropped will increase by 0.1% per year, reaching 1.7% in 2025.” Tron Founder and BitTorrent CEO, Justin Sun has this to say about TRX and BTT’s integration into BiTorrent, “Think of Tron and BitTorrent like a razor and a blade. You need both together to create a new internet economy driven by decentralization. We are seeding BTT to deliver a marketplace of innovations and applications across the web.” Tron Founder Takes a Jab at Ethereum Founder Meanwhile, Sun doesn’t let go any chance to take a jab at Ethereum or its co-founder Vitalik Buterin. Recently we reported how Sun announced a “secret campaign” for Buterin over him choosing BitTorrent as the proved “real long lasting use case for decentralized applications” back in 2017. Just last week, Buterin had taken a jab at Tron with, “When a blockchain project claims ‘We can do 3,500 TPS because we have a different algorithm,’ what we really mean is ‘We are a centralized pile of trash because we only have 7 nodes running the entire thing.’” Well, now Sun’s followers on Twitter has reached 835k in comparison to Buterin’s 832k and he is not letting it slide unnoticed. On the price front, at the time of writing, Tron has been trading at $0.02555 with the 24-hours loss of 0.19 percent. The eighth largest cryptocurrency with a market cap of $1.7 billion is in the red by 0.30 percent in the BTC market.
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Deconstructing 'Decentralization': Exploring the Core Claim of Crypto Systems

Draft Paper (January 30, 2019) Abstract: In stating that ether is not a security, the SEC has suggested that the 'decentralization' of a blockchain system may have legal consequences. This paper examines the common ways 'decentralization' is used in blockchain discourse, arguing that it is generally used to suggest that the systems are resilient and lack concentrated power centers. The paper critically examines the claims of 'decentralization,' providing examples of actions by core developers and miners within crypto systems that undermine claims of decentralization. Finally, the paper's core contribution is to examine the consequences of uncritically applying the term 'decentralized' to blockchain systems and making legal judgments based on it. The paper argues that in suggesting that blockchain systems lack sites of centralized power, the term "decentralized" in effect functions as a liability shield for those operating the systems (developers and miners), creating what I call a "Veil of Decentralization" and giving a core benefit of organizational law to participants in these systems without accompanying obligations. Further, misunderstanding the power dynamics within blockchain systems can lead to faulty risk assessments, in that we may view the tokens of these systems as less malleable than they actually are. This errant risk assessment affects direct uses of the tokens as well as any financial products that use them as infrastructure, and may affect our understanding of them as commodities or money.

How Much Decentralization Is “Enough”? Vitalik Say High TPS Projects Are Centralized Pile of Trash.

We are in the tenth year of blockchain. It is apparent that this emerging technology has a lot of use cases— (subject to decentralization levels). It may not be in finance where it is already causing disruption but in other core areas of traditional industry say in manufacturing or service industry for example. Behind this disruption is the involvement of smart contract and the elimination of trusted third parties. Public blockchains are by design meant to be censorship resistance, fault resistant, well distributed and decentralized. Two of well-known chains around—Bitcoin and Ethereum have the backing of the US SEC. Blockchains ought to be Trustless and Censorship Resistant The endorsement mean they are perfect blockchains. Meaning, no central body, group or a cabal of developers have control of price or call the shots. These two are Ethereum and Bitcoin. However, it is the founder of the former, Vitalik Buterin who has been agitating for complete decentralization. The idea here is not to place trust on a single entity but rather in a trustless network where verification is via complex mathematics. Decentralization translates to a trustless system and in developing countries, trust is a gem. Here’s what Vitalik said back in 2018: “Blockchain solves the problem of manipulation. When I speak about it in the West, people say they trust Google, Facebook, or their banks. But the rest of the world doesn’t trust organizations and corporations that much — I mean Africa, India, the Eastern Europe, or Russia. It’s not about the places where people are really rich. Blockchain’s opportunities are the highest in the countries that haven’t reached that level yet.” Like Bitcoin, Ethereum has a low main chain throughput—roughly 7 TPS when there is influx of transactions. When we compare this to other blockchains as Tron and EOS employing a dPoS system and limited number of super nodes—in 21 block producers of EOS and 27 Super representatives of Tron, Ethereum’s performance is dismal. Tron and EOS aside from registering high throughput are very scalable meaning transaction settlement is in mere seconds eliminating latency. Problem with Node Centralization These alternatives appeared to have sacrificed complete decentralization for speed and scalability. By introducing super nodes, the network becomes susceptible to attacks as would-be-attackers need only to attack these 21 nodes or 27 Super representatives. Besides, voting brings about collusion and that’s exactly what Huobi—a Block Producer at EOS has been accused of. Such claims—although not yet collaborated wipes out the legitimacy of such projects and it is exactly what the community need not to see more so in these bearish times.   During the Blockchain Connect Conference Held in San Francisco, Vitalik said projects claiming to offer high throughput are a centralized pile of thrash running on a very “a very small number of nodes.” And he may have a point. Most of these projects claiming insane speeds more often than not have servers operating from Amazon Web Service or others alternatives as Google Cloud Platform or IBM Cloud for example. Everything else constant, the topic of how much is enough decentralization will always be a contentious. All the same, the bottom line is constant: Blockchain projects must be censorship resistance. That means sacrifice of through-put—and use cases?—but enhanced security. The post How Much Decentralization Is “Enough”? Vitalik Say High TPS Projects Are Centralized Pile of Trash. appeared first on Ethereum World News.
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Billionaire Elon Musk Lauds Bitcoin As “Quite Brilliant,” Why Isn’t Tesla Going Crypto?

While Elon Musk has yet to formally delve into the Bitcoin space, he has long been a fabled member of the crypto community. Since finding his way to the headlines of the world’s media, the Tesla chief executive’s pro-innovation mindset has struck a chord with many enamored with cryptocurrencies. In fact, some say that Musk’s unsaid raison d’etre of bettering society at large, especially by amending the world’s most harrowing issues (climate change, confinement on Earth, financial inequality), lines up with the goals held by many cryptocurrency insiders. Thus, some have even argued that Musk could be Satoshi Nakamoto. Sahil Gupta, a former intern at Musk’s second multi-billion dollar enterprise SpaceX, once infamously claimed that Musk’s brief mentionings of cryptography, economics, the C++ computing language, along with the entrepreneur overarching vision scream Satoshi. The South African-Canadian entrepreneur has done his best to keep his mouth zipped regarding his candidacy for the Satoshi title, but that hasn’t stopped him from talking about cryptocurrencies. We had @elonmusk on the latest episode of @ARKInvest's podcast! He had a few things to say about Bitcoin. "Paper money is going away and cryptocurrency is a far better way to transfer value than pieces of paper." – Elon Musk — Yassine Elmandjra (@yassineARK) February 19, 2019 Bitcoin Is “Quite Brilliant” While the crypto market has remained in a depressed state, save for Monday’s jaw-dropping rally, stars have begun to descend on this industry. Weeks ago, NewsBTC reported that a mass of celebrities, including the Spice Girl’s Mel B, Johnny Depp, Madonna, and Lionel Messi, had some involvement in cryptocurrency. More recently, Jack Dorsey of both Twitter and Square took to Joe Rogan to claim that the native currency of the Internet is likely to be Bitcoin. Related Reading: Twitter CEO Loves Lightning on Bitcoin: is it the Future of Fast, Instant Payments? And just on Tuesday, Elon Musk, the most well-known Silicon Valley guru, took to the New York-based ARK Invest’s “FYI” Podcast to touch on Tesla’s plans, autonomy, other innovations, such as crypto. Per The Block, who compiled his comments regarding cryptocurrencies, Musk made his comments with explicitly bullish tones. After discussing Tesla’s most recent advancements, the hosts of the podcast, the CEO and an analyst at ARK, a disruptive innovation-centric investment group, took a brief aside. They asked Musk if he agrees with Dorsey’s recent comments on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies at large. Interestingly, Musk responded with an answer, albeit somewhat cursory. He tacitly agreed, noting that the “Bitcoin structure was (is) quite brilliant,” adding that Ethereum and “maybe some of the others” have merit too. Musk did admit that he isn’t too enamored with Bitcoin’s Proof of Work (PoW) consensus mechanism, noting that it is energy intensive. Yet, he explained that fundamentally, crypto assets are great as they bypass currency controls, especially in nations embroiled in financial and political turmoil, like Venezuela. He added that cryptocurrencies are also a “far better way to transfer value than pieces of paper,” subsequently quipping that he’s sure of this “without a doubt.” In spite of all this, he made it clear that Tesla isn’t going to foray into the crypto space in any capacity, noting that it would be a good use of his firm’s resources to prop up an offering. Musk’s abrash comments quickly elicited responses from each and every corner of the crypto space. Matt Odell, a long-time pro-Bitcoin coder and industry personality, joked that the comments “confirmed” his bias that cryptocurrencies could oust banknotes. Changpeng “CZ” Zhao of Binance noted that eventually, “[Musk] will join the brotherhood,” adding that he is unequivocally sure that the businessman will take up a crypto mantle. CZ notably called on the Tesla founder to take up the Lightning Network Trust Chain torch last week, just days after Twitter’s Dorsey openly lauded Bitcoin in dozens of tweets. Crypto Is Better Than Banknotes? While Musk made notable acknowledgments in his brief appearance on ARK’s “FYI,” what stood out to many crypto investors was his thoughts on the dichotomy between banknotes & physical cash, and crypto assets, not centralized e-money. For a brief recap, Musk simply stated that he is unequivocally sure that crypto, whether it be Bitcoin, Ethereum, or otherwise, is a “far better” medium of exchange than pieces of paper. Shocking, right? This may be deemed hearsay by pundits of the legacy world, but the world is already adopting digital mediums of exchange. Per previous reports from this outlet, Arthur Hayes of BitMEX took to his company blog to claim that platforms like WeChat Pay and AliPay have already begun to take over China’s financial system. Who’s to say that cryptocurrencies, a decentralized counterpart to these systems that tout their own currencies, cannot have a similar impact on society at large. The fact of the matter is that these digital payments systems, whether decentralized or centralized, offer benefits that cash/plastic cannot. Case in point, payments on both Bitcoin and WeChat Pay are cheap, rapid, and relatively secure. But arguably, decentralized payment ecosystems, which are non-sovereign, private, immutable, and non-censorable, are even better than their centralized peers, which is likely what Musk was touching on. Featured Image from Shutterstock Billionaire Elon Musk Lauds Bitcoin As “Quite Brilliant,” Why Isn’t Tesla Going Crypto? was last modified: February 20th, 2019 by Nick ChongThe post Billionaire Elon Musk Lauds Bitcoin As “Quite Brilliant,” Why Isn’t Tesla Going Crypto? appeared first on NewsBTC.

In the Daily: Elon Musk Talks Bitcoin, Shanghai’s Fudan University, Xdat Exchange

In this edition of The Daily we cover some largely supportive remarks the famous entrepreneur Elon Musk has made about Bitcoin, the latest academic institution to launch a blockchain R&D center, and a new offering from Malta-based exchange Xdat. Also Read: Bank of Spain Report: Bitcoin Is a Solution for a System Without Censorship Elon Musk Talks Bitcoin The founder of Tesla and Spacex, Elon Musk, is once again making headlines about crypto. He recently went on the Ark Invest podcast to discuss the future of autonomous driving technologies. Most of the half-hour interview focused on the strategy behind his electric car company but the topic of cryptocurrency eventually popped up in the last four minutes. Musk commented: “I think the Bitcoin structure is quite brilliant. There seems like there is some merit to Ethereum as well, and obviously others. But I’m not sure if it’s a good use of Tesla resources to get involved in cryptos … We’re really just trying to accelerate the advances of sustainable energy. One downside of Bitcoin is … computationally it’s quite energy intensive. There has to be some kind of constraint on the creation of crypto. It’s very energy intensive to create the incremental bitcoin at this point … It bypasses currency controls. Paper money is going away, and crypto is a far better way to transfer value than pieces of paper. That’s for sure.” Shanghai’s Fudan University Launches Research Center Shanghai’s Fudan University has become the latest academic institution to launch a blockchain R&D center. Founded in 1905, Fudan is one of the most prestigious and selective schools for higher learning in China. The Shanghai Blockchain Engineering Technology Research Center is tasked with carrying out basic research in the field, developing demo applications in collaboration with the broader industry, and training talent to serve Shanghai’s economic development. Last month the University of California, Berkeley announced the formation of its own blockchain-focused startup accelerator program, the Berkeley Blockchain Xcelerator. This program is meant to help aspiring entrepreneurs create high-value ventures in the blockchain space with industry guidance from Silicon Valley. Xdat Exchange Lists 18 Trading Pairs Xdat, a new Malta-based cryptocurrency trading exchange, has announced the listing of 18 trading pairs. These comprise ETH/BTC, BCH/BTC, EOS/BTC, ETC/BTC, XRP/BTC, DASH/BTC, LTC/BTC, BTC/ETH, BCH/ETH, EOS/ETH, ETC/ETH, XRP/ETH, DASH/ETH, LTC/ETH, BTC/TUSD, ETH/TUSD, BTC/EURO, and ETH/EURO. The company has further plans to add other pairs over time. The exchange is compliant with Maltese regulations for KYC and AML procedures and caters to both retail and institutional investors. Its fiat gateway allows users to deposit funds in 12 major currencies: USD, GBP, JPY, HKD, CHF, AUD, NOK, SEK, DKK, CZK, PLN, and HUF. This selection is meant to eliminate the need for involvement of a foreign bank for the supported options and allows users to work solely with Xdat’s bank. “Xdat is on a mission to address the key problems of existing exchanges … including lack of flow of new capital, lack of trust, no approach for mass adoption, and high fragmentation,” said CEO Prashanth Swaminathan. “Our aim is to bring crypto to all. To that end, we will be working closely with our community and using their support and feedback to make our interface more user-friendly and trading as streamlined as possible.” What do you think about today’s news tidbits? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. Images courtesy of Shutterstock. Verify and track bitcoin cash transactions on our BCH Block Explorer, the best of its kind anywhere in the world. Also, keep up with your holdings, BCH and other coins, on our market charts at Satoshi’s Pulse, another original and free service from The post In the Daily: Elon Musk Talks Bitcoin, Shanghai’s Fudan University, Xdat Exchange appeared first on Bitcoin News.
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Elon Musk Praises 'Brilliance' Of Bitcoin And Ethereum, But Clash With Tesla's Energy Stance

Main Street seems to be giving cryptocurrency a second look. Last week, Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) announced an investment in JPM Coin, which will become the first digital token provided by a U.S. bank. This week, Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk lent cryptocurrency additional validation. “Paper money is going away, and crypto is a far better way to transfer value than pieces ...Full story available on

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