Essays, ideas, and proposals for improving bitcoin cash, software security, and markets.
New Resource: CashTokens.org
CashTokens.org is a new website about the CashTokens technology, including technical specifications, documentation, guides, and other resources. You can follow and contribute to the project on GitHub. The website currently includes some simple introductory information, the full Cash Improvement Proposal (CHIP) technical specification for the CashTokens upgrade, and the
Defensive Consensus: Getting to a Multi-Implementation Bitcoin Network
The word Bitcoin means a lot of things. It’s a protocol, a peer-to-peer network, a currency, and depending on who you ask, one or more open source projects. Bitcoin is written in C++ Bitcoin Core [https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin] is the C++ implementation of the Bitcoin protocol released
Reflections on Judging Open Source Software Development
On June 28th and 29th, I had the opportunity to participate in judging the Open Source Software Development (OSSD) competition at the 2014 National Technology Student Association [http://www.tsaweb.org/] Conference. This competition was quite exciting for me — it’s one I wrote [https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=