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How To Fork Bitcoin

Tutorial: How To Fork Bitcoin

$800

The How To Fork Bitcoin tutorial is a video instruction on how to initiate a hard fork of the bitcoin network and begin mining a new chain of transactions.

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Introducing The Bitcoin Chip From Diginomics Corporation

The Bitcoin Chip™

$295

Mobile Bitcoin Wallet On A SIM Card

The Bitcoin Chip is a full blockchain node running on a mobile SIM card which allows the user to store, receive, and authorize bitcoin payments.

The private key of the user is stored on this mobile storage device while allowing secure network connectivity through IPv6 communication protocol enabled by a hard fork of the original bitcoin ledger. This new, forked chain allows the user to not only communicate through a secure IPv6 protocol (not connected to the www “World Wide Web”) but acts through a virtual private network.

Several of the product benefits of The Bitcoin Chip include:

  • Secure identity authorization.
  • Broadcast transactions and receive payment from a mobile device.
  • Store information on the public blockchain which can only be decrypted by your private key.

The Bitcoin Chip comes in the form of a hardware wallet SIM Card which can easily be fitted to any modern smartphone. SMS-based text messaging and VoIP can be accessed on-chain by applications built ontop of the protocol layer.

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12 Years Later: Do We Know Who Invented Bitcoin?

The true identity of bitcoin’s creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, remains a point of contentious debate 12 years after it was introduced to the world.

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