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A Short History of Bitcoin Myths

Exposing the lies and returning to the Story, Design, and Vision of the Original Bitcoin

JOIN THE MISSION TO RID CRYPTO OF THE PARASITES THAT HAVE APPROPRIATED THE BITCOIN NAME FOR THEIR SCAMS - AND RESTORE BITCOIN TO SATOSHI'S VISION!

The very charlatans and scam artists that Satoshi Nakamoto’s project set out to expose have gained a hold of the brand name and steered the project in the opposite direction: towards anonymity and secrecy, getting rich without making any contribution, centralising and abusing power.

And we’re here to expose the lies and bust the myths that have become the Bitcoin story.

What you can expect to find in this eBook:

  1. The shortcomings of the traditional financial systems that inspired Satoshi Nakamoto to create Bitcoin.
  2. The mechanics and architecture of blockchain technology, to unequivocally prove that there can only be one public blockchain ).
  3. We cover six Bitcoin myths, misunderstandings and manipulations that have been used to
    derail the Original Bitcoin project.
  4. We dig into the hidden agendas and fraud that lie hidden behind sincere and honourable-sounding stories.
  5. An introduction to Bitcoin SV; the blockchain that is best suited to carry forward the
    Bitcoin Project’s mission to purify the financial system of its rot and set up a system that ensures that honest, hard-working folk can fairly profit from their creations.
A Short History of Bitcoin Myths is essential reading for crypto experts and amateurs alike. It offers a counterpoint to the popular narrative using clear-headed analysis that is supported by historic facts. This provides context for the current fragmented state of the industry where, nevertheless, we are still able to find hope and opportunity in the form of Bitcoin SV. At the same time, this edition offers insights and anecdotes from those who were at the birth of the blockchain revolution which will entertain and inform those who are only bitcoin-curious.  Dr. Owen Vaughan, Director of Research, nChain.

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