Bitcoin was born out of the Internet’s decentralized digital currency phenomenon.
But its roots run deeper than that.
The technology has evolved from a relatively simple way to transfer money between two parties to a way to store and exchange value.
It also has a lot of people involved, which makes it ripe for some serious governance.
This is where the blockchain, which is the ledger of all transactions on the Internet, comes in.
This paper examines some of the history of Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency, and its use in a number of industries.
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