The Book Of Satoshi

The Book Of Satoshi: The Collected Writings of Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto pdf by Phil Champagne 

CONTENTS:

  • l. Introduction
  • 2. How and Why Bitcoin Works
  • 3. The First Post on Crypto Mailing List
  • 4. Scalability Concerns
  • 5. The 51% Attack
  • 6. About Centrally Controlled Networks Versus Peer-to-Peer Networks
  • 7. Satoshi on the Initial Inflation Rate of 35%
  • 8. About Transactions
  • 9. On the Orphan Blocks
  • 10. About Synchronization of Transactions
  • 11. Satoshi Discusses Transaction Fees
  • 12. On Confirmation and Block Time
  • 13. The Byzantine General’s Problem
  • 14. On Block Time, an Automated Test, and the Libertarian Viewpoint
  • 15. More on Double Spend, Proof-of-Work and Transaction Fees
  • l6. On Elliptic Curve Cryptography, Denial of Service Attacks, and Confirmation
  • 17. More in the Transaction Pool, Networking Broadcast, and Coding Details
  • 18. First Release of Bitcoin
  • 19. On the Purpose For Which Bitcoin Could Be Used First
  • 20. “Proof-of-Work” Tokens and Spammers
  • 21. Bitcoin Announced on P2P Foundation
  • 22. On Decentralization as Key to Success
  • 23. On the Subject of Money Supply
  • 24. Release of Bitcoin Vo.1.3
  • 25. On Timestamping Documents
  • 26. Bitcointalk Forum Welcome Message
  • 27. On Bitcoin Maturation
  • 28. How Anonymous Are Bitcoins?
  • 29. A Few Questions Answered By Satoshi
  • 30. On “Natural Deflation”
  • 31. Bitcoin Version 0.2 is Here!
  • 32. Recommendation on Ways to Do a Payment for An Order
  • 33. On the Proof-of-Work Difficulty
  • 34. On the Bitcoin Limit and Profitability of Nodes
  • 35. On the Possibility of Bitcoin Address Collisions
  • 36. QR Code
  • 37- Bitcoin Icon/Logo
  • 38. GPL License Versus MIT License
  • 39. On Money Transfer Regulations
  • 40. On the Possibility of a Cryptographic Weakness
  • 41. On a Variety of Transaction Types
  • 42. First Bitcoin Faucet
  • 43. Bitcoin 0.3 Released!
  • 44. On The Segmentation or “Internet Kill Switch”
  • 45. On Cornering the Market
  • 46. On Scalability and Lightweight Clients
  • 47. On Fast Transaction Problems
  • 48. Wikipedia Article Entry on Bitcoin
  • 49. On the Possibility of Stealing Coins
  • 50. Major Flaw Discovered
  • 51. On Flood Attack Prevention
  • 52. Drainage of Bitcoin Faucet
  • 53. Transaction to IP Address Rather Than Bitcoin Address
  • 54. On Escrow and Multi-Signature Transactions
  • 55. On Bitcoin Mining as a Waste of Resources
  • 56. On an Alternate Type of Block Chain with Just Hash Records
  • 57. On the Higher Cost of Mining
  • 58. On the Development of an Alert System
  • 59. On the Definition of Money and Bitcoin
  • 60. On the Requirement of a Transaction Fee
  • 61. On Sites with CAPTCHA and Paypal Requirements
  • 62. On Short Messages in the Block Chain
  • 63. On Handling a Transaction Spam Flood Attack
  • 64. On Pool Mining Technicalities
  • 65. On WikiLeaks Using Bitcoin
  • 66. On a Distributed Domain Name Server
  • 67. On a PC World Article on Bitcoin and WikiLeaks Kicking the Hornet’s Nest
  • 68. Satoshi’s Last Forum Post: Release of Bitcoin 0.3-19
  • 69. Emails to Dustin Trammell
  • 70. Last Private Correspondence
  • 71. Bitcoin and Me (Hal Finney)
  • 72. Conclusion

Language: English
Format: epub
Pages: 241

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