Mohammad Moazen Safaei
CEO & Owner
Media & Marketing Advisor
Bitcoin was first described in a 9-page research paper posted online in 2008 under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. The paper, titled Bitcoin: A peer-to-peer electronic cash system, covers a broad variety of topics, such as financial economics (transaction costs, trusted third parties, money supply), network engineering (distributed decision making, data routing, cyberattacks), and cryptography, a branch of mathematics interested in establishing secure communications to facilitate peer-to-peer, open, and borderless transactions between users.
How many people do you know who have expertise in financial economics and network engineering and cryptography? Probably none, and that’s because these knowledge domains do not typically intersect (e.g., there is no university degree out there that covers all three). And this is the primary reason why, until today, bitcoin has remained difficult to understand for most of us. If you’re feeling lost, you are not the only one! That’s why we created this bitcoin crash course.
If you want to learn more about particular aspects of bitcoin, you can call us today and make an appointment for a consultation.