In an article special to the Globe and Mail, Alex Tapscott writes
Bitcoin is the mother of all cryptocurrencies, and the most famous of them. Created by a person or people using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, it defined the algorithms that enable the transfer of assets from one party to another without an intermediary, such as a bank.
This helped to kickstart what we call the blockchain revolution. Yet despite its staggering growth – up 500 per cent in the past five years alone – bitcoin is likely to be eclipsed by an upstart called Ethereum that was developed by a twentysomething Torontonian.
Read the full article here.
My compliments for a fine book and your leadership for CDN tech. So important for stewardship in our species of killer apes, needing some, uh, instant solidarity.
I recommend DNA stewardship as a quid pro quo to be humanist, and our single credo and moral structure comes in one word ( very crypto): Responsibility, per Confucius and onward.
I tell people BC like a 3D ledger locked in a gel. First you have to get their attention. Then you tell them it’s Time locked in a gel.
I don’t think that Bitcoin can be eclipsed by any other cryptocurrency as most of the sites which are accepting crypto payments have bitcoins as the option and the rising number of transactions of bitcoins show that bitcoins are way ahead in the game.