Forking Hell!
September 3, 2015

As my readers are already aware, the reason I became so enamored with Bitcoin is because of its innovative nature and its great potential to change the world. A part of this potential is Bitcoin maturing and adapting with the times by allowing for more users on the network by means of more transactions. This […]

Should Bitcoin be regulated?
August 27, 2015

There are many arguments for and against the regulation of Bitcoin. For Bitcoin to succeed in the medium to long term I think there must be some sort of fair regulatory framework in place for certain Bitcoin businesses and startups to adhere too. Bitcoin as it stands is a legal grey area that nobody is […]

Bitcoin Wales Needs You
August 23, 2015

This is a post to see if there are others who would wish to contribute their time and effort towards Bitcoin Wales to help expand on our work and to gain traction with the adoption of Bitcoin here in Wales. Any time and effort is appreciated. If you have suggestions or know of a role you […]

What Bitcoin needs to do to grow up
August 8, 2015

I am pleased to announce that TechDragons have posted an article written by myself. Please check it out to support the site. There are constant changes in the world of Bitcoin and so far these have been very positive changes that involve innovation, new funding, new members entering the Bitcoin scene and much more beyond […]

Bitcoin Event
Vinay Gupta, the next Andreas Antonopoulos?
June 10, 2015

Vinay Gupta gave a speech at Digital 2015 at the Celtic Manor in Newport. I found it very refreshing to meet someone who could explain the coming digital revolution in a manner that anyone can understand. He explained the bigger picture of digital currencies and how they would allow for crowd equity and how they […]

Bitcoin 0.5
March 15, 2015

IBM is creating a Bitcoin clone, but one that is controlled by a third party. This completely misses the point of Bitcoin and would simply serve to create a weaker imitation. I say this because Bitcoin is an open source technology and anyone can contribute and build upon the Bitcoin network. It is a free […]

Bitcoin is Freedom
March 11, 2015

As time marches on and technology progresses at an astonishing rate, we find ourselves with more freedom. Freedom to do the things that we want and more spare time on our hands to take part in the leisure pursuits that we enjoy. We live in the mechanisation of a modern world where its heart beats […]

News
Bitcoin As A Content Type
December 24, 2014

Thanks to the wonderful and knowledgeable Andreas Antonopoulos I am constantly learning more and more about Bitcoin. With the scale and breadth of Bitcoin as a payments network, remittance network, tipping network, store of value, etc. It is hard to remember what Bitcoin is and what it could one day become. Andreas is constantly coming […]

Bitcoin for Dummies (Part 2)
December 16, 2014

As talked about in my last blog post, Bitcoin is an open source protocol that allows you to transfer value across the world’s most powerful computing network. The beauty of Bitcoin is the fact that it is a fast and stable foundation for which anyone can build applications on top of. Bitcoin allows programmers to […]

Bitcoin for Dummies (Part 1)
December 13, 2014

I shall try to simplify what bitcoin is, so that anyone can understand Bitcoin and its possible implications on the world. In today’s world you have money in your bank. For this example we shall say £1000. This £1000 is stored on a banks computer. Nearly everyone’s money is stored electronically on a bank computer. When we […]