The blockchain peer-to-peer file sharing network that accompanies bitcoin is a powerful tool when used correctly. A blockchain network capable of acting as a web server would circumvent the conventional problems of internet censorship and the inefficient deployment of content delivery systems (CDN) found on the world wide web (WWW) of today. With the added incentive of an underlying cryptocurrency, whose blockspace commands a market price, users of the network

Forking bitcoin is one of the best methods of improving the technology of the blockchain and can be immensely profitable when done correctly. Already, a number of bitcoin software forks exist in circulation today. In a similar manner as how the Linux operating system has undergone many forks of its original source code to produce newly improved, and specialized versions of the software. Hard forking bitcoin involves introducing new technical

"A bitcoin node in every device and in every hand."

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

There are as many different private key combinations as there are physical atoms in the known universe.