(PDF) An Analysis of Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, and the Future

Number of Google Scholar articles published mentioning Bitcoin from 2009 to 2019

Number of Google Scholar articles published mentioning Bitcoin from 2009 to 2019 submitted by castorfromtheva to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019

Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019 submitted by Bitcoinmathers to btc [link] [comments]

Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019

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Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019

Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019 submitted by ThrillerPodcast to thrillerpodcast [link] [comments]

Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019

Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019 submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

📢About 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Focused On Bitcoin✅

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Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019

Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019 submitted by raaner12 to Altcoinss [link] [comments]

Close to 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Mentioned Bitcoin in 2019

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📢About 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Focused On Bitcoin✅

📢About 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Focused On Bitcoin✅ submitted by Alex_Rusi4 to CryptoNewsandTalk [link] [comments]

📢About 14,000 Google Scholar Articles Focused On Bitcoin✅

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[TASK] Find me a specific scholarly article 50¢ Bitcoin BTC

I'm looking for a PhD thesis by a Dr. De Hicks (CEO of SCGI, owner of Rottweiler Motorcycles in Seattle, Washington). It's about the bonding of POWs in internment camps.
I pay 50¢ Bitcoin upon receipt to the first person who sends me the article.
Thank you, and have a nice night.
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Jameson Lopp on Twitter: "The Bitcoin Whitepaper is hosted on over 350 web sites and has been cited by over 1,100 scholarly articles. https://t.co/EoQkZHTkqQ"

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Jameson Lopp on Twitter: "The Bitcoin Whitepaper is hosted on over 350 web sites and has been cited by over 1,100 scholarly articles. https://t.co/EoQkZHTkqQ" /r/bitcoin_uncensored

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Look for a comprehensive, relatively new report/thesis/scholar article about Bitcoins that you would recommend for a newbie to bitcoins. /r/Bitcoin

Look for a comprehensive, relatively new report/thesis/scholar article about Bitcoins that you would recommend for a newbie to bitcoins. /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Where is a good place for scholarly articled related to Bitcoins?

I have an economics paper to write on the topic of my choice, and I'd like to see a few good sources, if anybody knows them off the top of their head. I'm also just generally interested in Bitcoins.
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: [Article] Reliable articles regarding bitcoins. /r/Scholar

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: [Article] Reliable articles regarding bitcoins. /Scholar submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Excellent collection of Bitcoin articles via Google Scholar

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To Kill a Mockingbird Yaoi Plagiarism Debunked

What we see in chapter 13 with the "Intimacy" between Android Atticus and Human Atticus is very much not plagiarism of Android 17 and Human 17 yaoi from LGBTQ DBZ Tumblr.
Although there are many similarities between the two, thematically and graphically at least as described in the book, clearly the Android / Human scene in Mockingbird is describing something altogether not sexual. Clearly it is in reference to the human merging with the technological.
Lee famously authored many scholarly articles about the role that AI would play in the American justice system in a post-literate future. She theorized, quite prophetically, that robots would inevitably become custodians of justice, because they are the height of impartiality.
Which is clearly what that scene is describing: Human Atticus is, rather than thrusting in a sexual manner, literally thrusting his custodianship of the law of men into Android Atticus, giving him the seeds of justice and the legal code for Android Atticus to improve upon with his computer mind and immortal body.
I have written a book defending against these accusations which I will send you if you send me $50 in Bitcoin to my Bitcoin wallet. It's called Falsely Smeared: Defending Harper Lee's Works Against Accusations of Plagiarizing From Yaoi.
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BSoV: The Minable and Deflationary ERC20

The year 2020 exposed many of the negative aspects of the current financial construct which the world relies on. On 4/9/2020, the Federal Reserve announced that they would inject another $2,300,000,000,000 (2.3 Trillion, you read that right) into the U.S. economy. With the threat of Covid-19 essentially shutting down the daily operations of the economy overnight, something HAD to be done, right? Were there any other options? Many people are expecting a $1,200 stimulus check to cushion the pockets of people affected by the mass layoffs and market collapses. I myself asked a simple question, "What are the long term consequences of diluting the market with the USD?"
This question is one that should be asked over, and over, and over by every single person who receives a paycheck from their employer or government regardless of where you reside in the world. The U.S. dollar is the dominant monetary force in the global economy, and it dictates much of the value of all things being bought, sold, and utilized in said economy. It is common and public knowledge that the dollar has been subject to inflation: in 1913, the same $100 you had then would only have the purchasing power of a about $26 today. One could expect, in theory, that this number will diminish even more because of the drastic amount of USD injection occuring because of this pandemic. Most people cant afford basic necessities because of this ridiculous level of inflation caused at the hands of the Fed.
As many of you know, Satoshi Nakamoto had a response to this type of stimulus and bailout system the Federal Reserve has created and enlisted at any opportunity to respond to a crisis. It was called Bitcoin, and today it has become a financial power to be reckoned with. It has brought governments to terms with the fact that their systems are not efficient, along with putting power back into the peoples hands when it comes to controlling and utilizing their own money. There are no restrictions on how much Bitcoin you can send. There are no restrictions on whom you can send it to, and there are no ways to hide whom you've sent it to using blockchain technology and cryptography to secure its network and create a database of all transactions. The creation of Bitcoin was an answer to many of the problems with the financial system.
On June 17th, 2019, a person under the pseudonym "Mundo" also tried to provide an answer to some of these problems with a laser focus on inflation. The solution he proposed (we have not seen the long term benefits, so the solution is not quite yet an answer) is BSoV, or BitcoinSoV (Bitcoin Store of Value). BSoV is an ERC20 token which utilizes the EIP918 protocol first utilized by a similar token called 0xBTC. EIP918 allows both BSoV and 0xBTC to be minable on the Ethereum blockhain via a smart contract. Following the same distribution model, consensus mechanism, and total supply of Bitcoin (Fair Start, meaning no ICO, Premine, or developers fees; Mined using PoW, specifically Solidity SHA3; 21,000,000 total supply, 3.6 million mined thus far, divisible to 8 decimal points, with the same amount of halving eras as BTC) BSoV differs in one very different way: a 1% transaction burn built into its code.
With BSoV, every transaction is subject to a mandatory 1% transaction burn when a transaction is sent and confirmed on the Ethereum blockchain. The deflationary mechanism is the solution that Mundo proposed as an answer to the inflation the peoples money is exposed to because of the negligent actions of the Fed. This inflation is created out of the control of the people, and their purchasing power is diminished. With BSoV, the deflationary aspect is out of there control, but the end result is the opposite; an increase in its value due to scarcity and exchange of resources from its consensus mechanism. (This is a great scholarly article which details how mining provides a bottom value to PoW coins/tokens due to resource exchange, ie. Computing power, electricity, etc. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0736585315301118)
It's important to note that the project has not been around long enough to see its end goal or vision come to fruition. This is precisely why I am writing this article. More is needed to help study and analyze if this is the answer to this problem. What I can say is that this is one of the few real potential answers that have been proposed, created and implemented to try and combat the Fed. With mass adoption, can we have a true store of value solution that protects itself from the self burdening negligence of the powers that be? Do we have to keep loaning our money to banks to invest for free, only for them to need a bailout every 10-20 years due to poor monetary management and investing sprees? An immutable smart contract that cannot be 51% attacked or controlled by those in power might be worth pursuing.
I'd like to end this article on a more transparent note about myself and my involvement with the project to help shed light on any apparent bias or misconceptions that some may have about my intentions here. I am one of 950 current holders and community members. I mined BSoV after I joined the telegram group and got involved on July 4th, 2019. I have never been paid for my work here, and it is strictly something that I believe in and want to help shed light on to those who might be interested in what the project has to offer. Just like many of the cryptocurrency enthusiast on the on P2P mailing list in 2009, many of us are working together tirelessly to bring one of the few tokens with integrity, transparency and ethics to those who want to experiment and see what may happen.
Something that I have also asked my self is "Whats the worst that can happen?" when it comes to my involvement here.
If the worst is a little time wasted on something I believed in, I will sleep fine at night. But if I am so fortunate to be apart of something that could truly change lives and alter the never-ending downtrend of inflation which has made life so difficult for the average human being, I will have a better nights sleep than I could have ever imagined.
Thank you for your time. I wish all of you health, wealth, and safety during this difficult time.
Sincerely,
BSoV_Chris
(You can find out more @ BSoV.io)
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Saturday assorted links

  1. Jane St. now has a podcast.
  2. Is there a modest bitcoin boom in Africa?
  3. Why is Pakistan doing better than India with respect to Covid-19? (speculative)
  4. Has Taiwan lost the will to defend itself?
  5. Scott Alexander update.
  6. Heart disease in Covid athletes: the basic claims are still falling apart.
  7. Do these puffins require social insurance?
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BSoV: The Minable and Deflationary Token

The year 2020 exposed many of the negative aspects of the current financial construct which the world relies on. On 4/9/2020, the Federal Reserve announced that they would inject another $2,300,000,000,000 (2.3 Trillion, you read that right) into the U.S. economy. With the threat of Covid-19 essentially shutting down the daily operations of the economy overnight, something HAD to be done, right? Where there any other options? Many people are expecting a $1,200 stimulus check to cushion the pockets of people affected by the mass layoffs and market collapses. I myself asked a simple question, "What are the long term consequences of diluting the market with the USD?"
This question is one that should be asked over, and over, and over by every single person who receives a paycheck from their employer or government regardless of where you reside in the world. The U.S. dollar is the dominant monetary force in the global economy, and it dictates much of the value of all things being bought, sold, and utilized in said economy. It is common and public knowledge that the dollar has been subject to inflation: in 1913, the same $100 you had then would only have the purchasing power of a about $26 today. One could expect, in theory, that this number will diminish even more because of the drastic amount of USD injection occuring because of this pandemic. Most people cant afford basic necessities because of this ridiculous level of inflation caused at the hands of the Fed.
As many of you know, Satoshi Nakamoto had a response to this type of stimulus and bailout system the Federal Reserve has created and enlisted at any opportunity to respond to a crisis. It was called Bitcoin, and today it has become a financial power to be reckoned with. It has brought governments to terms with the fact that their systems are not efficient, along with putting power back into the peoples hands when it comes to controlling and utilizing their own money. There are no restrictions on how much Bitcoin you can send. There are no restrictions on whom you can send it to, and there are no ways to hide whom you've sent it to using blockchain technology and cryptography to secure its network and create a database of all transactions. The creation of Bitcoin was an answer to many of the problems with the financial system.
On June 17th, 2019, a person under the pseudonym "Mundo" also tried to provide an answer to some of these problems with a laser focus on inflation. The solution he proposed (we have not seen the long term benefits, so the solution is not quite yet an answer) is BSoV, or BitcoinSoV (Bitcoin Store of Value). BSoV is an ERC20 token which utilizes the EIP918 protocol first utilized by a similar token called 0xBTC. EIP918 allows both BSoV and 0xBTC to be minable on the Ethereum blockhain via a smart contract. Following the same distribution model, consensus mechanism, and total supply of Bitcoin (Fair Start, meaning no ICO, Premine, or developers fees; Mined using PoW, specifically Solidity SHA3; 21,000,000 total supply, divisible to 8 decimal points, with the same amount of halving eras as BTC) BSoV differs in one very different way: a 1% transaction burn built into its code.
With BSoV, every transaction is subject to a mandatory 1% transaction burn when a transaction is sent and confirmed on the Ethereum blockchain. The deflationary mechanism is the solution that Mundo proposed as an answer to the inflation the peoples money is exposed to because of the negligent actions of the Fed. This inflation is created out of the control of the people, and their purchasing power is diminished. With BSoV, the deflationary aspect is out of there control, but the end result is the opposite; an increase in its value due to scarcity and exchange of resources from its consensus mechanism. (This is a great scholarly article which details how mining provides a bottom value to PoW coins/tokens due to resource exchange, ie. Computing power, electricity, etc. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0736585315301118)
It's important to note that the project has not been around long enough to see its end goal or vision come to fruition. This is precisely why I am writing this article. More is needed to help study and analyze if this is the answer to this problem. What I can say is that this is one of the few real potential answers that have been proposed, created and implemented to try and combat the Fed. With mass adoption, can we have a true store of value solution that protects itself from the self burdening negligence of the powers that be? Do we have to keep loaning our money to banks to invest for free, only for them to need a bailout every 10-20 years due to poor monetary management and investing sprees? An immutable smart contract that cannot be 51% attacked or controlled by those in power might be worth pursuing.
I'd like to end this article on a more transparent note about myself and my involvement with the project to help shed light on any apparent bias or misconceptions that some may have about my intentions here. I am one of 927 current holders and community members. I mined BSoV after I joined the telegram group and got involved on July 4th, 2019. I have never been paid for my work here, and it is strictly something that I believe in and want to help shed light on to those who might be interested in what the project has to offer. Just like many of the cryptocurrency enthusiast on the on P2P mailing list in 2009, many of us are working together tirelessly to bring one of the few tokens with integrity, transparency and ethics to those who want to experiment and see what may happen.
Something that I have also asked my self is "Whats the worst that can happen?" when it comes to my involvement here.
If the worst is a little time wasted on something I believed in, I will sleep fine at night. But if I am so fortunate to be apart of something that could truly change lives and alter the never-ending downtrend of inflation which has made life so difficult for the average human being, I will have a better nights sleep than I could have ever imagined.
Thank you for your time. I wish all of you health, wealth, and safety during this difficult time.
Sincerely,
BSoV_Chris
(Visit https://BSoV.io for more information)
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Diamond in the rough forks to Blockcore tech. Solid 10x short term.

Meet x42 Protocol, the feeless blockchain that will allow anyone to host decentralized applications the easy way.
X42 Protocol Price $0.01275764
Market Cap $247,173 (May 27, 2020)
Explorer: https://explorer.x42.tech/
Website: https://www.x42.tech/
x42 is a decentralized cryptocurrency based on the Blockcore technology designed to be a multi-chain solution for DApps (decentralized applications) that allows for a range that goes anywhere from small indie developed games to large entrepreneurial projects that span dozens of facilities.
The main idea behind x42 is to be a scalable, on-chain solution for any developer that wants to launch games and applications in general with minimal initial investment, zero transaction fees and near infinite scalability.
The protocol works around a main blockchain which hosts all the x42 coins and three types of nodes. Side blockchains can be created at will by the developers that decide to use the x42 protocol to launch their projects, side blockchains are very flexible and allow for a great deal of customization.
The main blockchain of the x42 protocol will have a maximum total of forty-two million coins mined into existence by the year 2030. The coins follow the same rules as most cryptocurrencies, every transaction is final, timestamped and will be registered to the blockchain ledger, blockchain explorers can be used to browse any and all transactions
Every project can have its own side blockchain, in which the development team can fully test and experiment on before going live to the store, because of that need all side blockchains have access to individual testnets.
FM Interview with developer:
The workpaper talks about using Stratis technology - Many say this is soon to be defunct?
It does, the current WP is the 1st itteration, we have a 2.0 that will be released when the servers go online.
However in Dec 2019, we have switched to Blockcore as Stratis had too many limitations that didn't meet our needs without heavy modifications. We did start with stratis as the basic framework, but we modified all of the code thus far to meet the needs we have. x42 is not stratis, but did start with some of their code.
The switch to blockcore is really more of a code thing and not otherwise noticed on the user end. There has been some but not a significant amount of discussion about it. Anyone that does access the new beta will be able to notice the difference as it nolonger will say stratis anywhere. On the user end, some file structures may change with mention of blockcore.
Blockcore is a fork of Stratis, however the cool thing is that it isnt its own project.
More details:
https://www.blockcore.net/ is an open source project started by a group of blockchain developers and engineers to realize a fully integrated platform for building custom blockchains.
Blockcore is the foundation for realizing blockchains and includes core functionality to create your own custom blockchain with a lot of tooling supporting your blockchain.
So its been 18 months of development? When will we say a mainnet?
We are currently in testnet and close to 90% ready. Xservers should be released this year. However we are not working on a timeline for mainnet with dates at the moment. Deadlines produce inferior products. The new wallet (xCore) has passed and is ready, it will work alongside the xServer. The switch to blockcore did require some code changes and we are still working with blockcore to fine tune some issues in their code as well. Security and ease of use for the end user are required.
What about use of dapps in beta?
We have a few in progress, but there are not many as the parameters can be changing. Although, anyone that can code a dapp in c# could drop it into their app folder and have one right now. There just won't be the user interface on the current wallet or the server support yet.
Why did you call it x42?
X has always been the universal unknown in mathematics, which can also mean ‘anything.’
X is believed to have come from the arab letter shin (ش),
that was initially used by spanish scholars because of their inability to translate certain arabic sounds into the spanish language, so it became a synonym for an unknown thing. From there on it was noticed that the spanish language didn’t have an appropriate sound for the arabic ‘sh.’ As time passed it was adapted into the ‘ck’ sound, which in classic greek is written down with a symbol known as chi (X). 42 is known to Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy readers as the ‘answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything’. We believe that x42 can offer a great answer to most questions plaguing the cryptocurrency space at the moment and in the future. That mix of an unknown and an answer is where our name got its origin.
The techy Details:
The two main levels of the x42 architecture are:
xCore – This is responsible for interacting with the infrastructure and the interface layers in addition to the node policy layers. An x42 xCore full node handles all the APIs and user interfaces.
NBitcoin – This is responsible for handling messages between nodes in the Network Layer. It also bridges the gap between various Consensus Layer functions.
Higher Transaction Speed: Transaction on the x42 blockchain platform happens almost instantly under 60 seconds. Also, the main x42 blockchain supports around 70 transactions per second. This is nearly 10 times the transactions supported by the Bitcoin blockchain network. Additionally, the good thing is the x42 side blockchains can be edited to hold as many transactions-per-second (TPS) as the developers want.
Understanding xCore, xServer, and Wallets
xCore – An xCore node is basically a device with software that has the entire x42 blockchain saved and connects the main blockchain to the side blockchains. This node seeds the main and side blockchain to all users and also has all the functionalities of a client node. Client node is any client running a wallet connected to the x42 main blockchain network.
As explained in the white-paper, “The xCore can stake coins on the main blockchain, it can also run decentralised applications hosted on xServers all across the network after having it installed on the local machine”.
xServer – The x42 blockchain supports several different types of servers. xServer is a special sort of wallet that runs on dedicated hardware facilitates decentralisation of applications (DApps), processing and data storage.
xServers are also tasked with other activities on the network like propagating smart contracts and signing transactions. It also allows the server owner (the Gatekeeper) to get paid for hosting diverse applications.
Besides, xServers can choose to host the projects launched on any of the non-private side blockchains. Projects that share a considerable part of their revenues with the xServer owners are likely to get hosted quickly and maintained by the same servers for a longer period of time.
Before we understand xServer wallets, let’s brief about the Hot Wallet and Cold Wallets.
A hot wallet is an online wallet always connected to the internet. This is an instant point-of-contact for receiving and sending payments. The hot wallets receive the staking rewards along with payouts from DApps, side blockchain, smart contracts, and private transactions.
A cold wallet is an offline wallet and more secure from the hot wallet as it is less susceptible to online attacks. This wallet holds the collateral for the server. All the server rewards are paid out to the cold storage wallet.
Coming to the xServer wallets, these are basically software holding information for both hot and cold storage wallets. The xServer wallets can run on almost any operating system. They can also host and launch decentralised applications (DApps) and generate passive income by DApp hosting.
Nice article..
https://medium.com/the-consensus/x42-protocol-not-just-another-pos-mn-project-d8dd73e8846d
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Making Bitcoin Sexy Bitcoin price prediction 2018 $100K Bullish indicators BTC Using CINAHL to Find Current, Scholarly Articles Finding Scholarly Articles The Difference between Scholarly and Peer-Reviewed

Bitcoin works on sophisticated cryptography supported by a local community in a peer-to-peer network. This study reviews scholarly articles to understand how bitcoin is addressed in the literature. The study reports on the attributes of bitcoin through a systematic literature review. The paper is based on primary data from existing literature and secondary data from relevant case studies in ... Since 2014, when 2,070 scholarly articles were found online, the number of academic papers increased by 561% as there are now more than 13,700 Google Scholar articles on the web. Google Scholar articles published mentioning Bitcoin:2009: 832010: 1362011: 2182012: 4242013: 8682014: 2,0702015: 2,8202016: 3,3802017: 6,4602018: 11,5002019: 13,700 (will ⬆️ due to listing lag) The challenge with Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, though, is that it’s such a new and rapidly changing field that it’s hard to find any good books or established resources on the topics. You mostly have to read blog articles, original whitepapers, and Wikipedia pages and figure it out as you go. Since it took me a while to filter through what was helpful and what wasn’t, I thought others ... Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. Search across a wide variety of disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all ...

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