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  1. Satoshi Nakamoto

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    The anonymous person or group that created Bitcoin.

  2. Bitcoin's 10 Year Anniversary!

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    There are now thousands of cryptocurrencies, hundreds of exchanges, and billions of dollars invested in startups and ICOs. Some of the most notable competition the ind...

  3. Satoshi Freeathlon: 221 miles in the name of Crypto.

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    The sporty idea of Vitus Zeller -- a German who began the “freeathlon” by testing it out on a 10-day adventure he called “Tour de Satoshi” -- included a few of his closest allies as they raced from S...

  4. Satoshi

    | Glossary

    The pseudonym of the original creator(s) of Bitcoin. Also the smallest sub-unit Bitcoin can be divided into: 1 Satoshi = 1/100,000,000 of a Bitcoin.

  5. The History of Bitcoin- 12 Key Dates [2020]

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    Rome’s incredible history was not written in a day. And neither was Bitcoin history.  We’re only ten years into the roller coaster which is Bitcoin history, full of betrayals, plot twists,...

  6. The History of the Blockchain

    | Crypto 101

    When did the first work on blockchains begin? 1991 - First work on blockchain-like concept occurred The first mention of any sor...

  7. Crypto Knowledge is Power- The Importance of Crypto Education

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    As a crypto investor, it is far from sufficient to have a vague idea of the trends and concepts of a market you find attractive. It is not a viable long-term strategy for any industry, let alone the volatile...

  8. What is a blockchain?

    | Crypto 101

    What is a blockchain? As the name suggests, a blockchain is a chain of ...

  9. What is Bitcoin?

    | Crypto 101

    Bitcoin 101: A Gentle Introduction Have you been curious as to what is Bitcoin...

  10. How Cryptocurrency Started

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      A brief history of currency   The earliest humans likely traded goods and services directly without any intermediary - a practice known as “bartering.” ...