Bitcoin (cryptocurrency)

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Bitcoin is a digital currency that exists in the form of cryptographically-signed transactions on a peer-to-peer distributed public ledger called the Blockchain. The protocols for Bitcoin were originally released in 2009 by an unknown person or group under the name Satoshi Nakamoto, as a white-paper entitled Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System, and as an open-source software implementation of the protocol described in the white-paper known as the Bitcoin Core. It has been suggested that the Bitcoin protocol was developed by: unknown alien intelligence as a "[substitute] for gold in the digital world";[1] an artificial intelligence effort to organically generate a peer-to-peer network of unparalleled computing power for its own self-deployment;[2] or, more prosaically, the U.S. National Security Agency as a one world currency program.[3]

Resources

The Protocol

Conspiracy

National Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Extraterrestrial Intelligence

References

  1. "WAKE UP! Bit Coin is an Alien Invasion!" (June 2013)
  2. "Was Bitcoin Created by an Artificial Intelligence to Rule the World?" (November 2017)
  3. "EXPOSED: The real creator of Bitcoin is likely the NSA as One World Currency" (June 2017)