Beginner’s Guide #3: Bitcoin's Pre-History and the Cypherpunks with Aaron van Wi

In Part 3 of The Bitcoin Beginner’s Guide, I talk to Aaron van Wirdum, a journalist and Technical Editor at Bitcoin Magazine. Aaron explains the cypherpunk …


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  2. Realy enjoied this one. As allways. But the first proof-of-work schemes based on hashcash were micromint and karma which were not cypherpunk. Why should Nakamoto not be an normal academic? There were no cypherpunk papers cited in the first public version of the whitepaper… NSA also worked on P2P e-cash (Internet protocol, onion-routing, etc. all comes from Darpa and NSA)

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