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]


The Protocol


National Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Time Travel

Time Cube


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