We’re happy to be part of the future by supporting innovation and peer-to-peer trust
Bitcoin began in 2008, with a paper published under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. The technical design outlined in the paper was implemented in the open-source community the following year. It became wildly popular in 2012 and has been sparking headlines and heated conversations ever since.
Of course all currencies are said to involve some level of “consensual hallucination,” but as a peer-to-peer currency with no central bank setting value or assigning fees, it represents a system based on “intrinsic trust.” Like the internet itself, instead of relying on confidence in a central authority, the success of Bitcoin is rooted in a distributed system.
“In us we trust.”