Where Bitcoin functions
Where Bitcoin functions as cash, Ethereum functions as a bank account. Have an inside look as partners Dave Mullen-Muhr and Jack Laskey analyze the open-source platform in our recent webinar installment: Understanding Ethereum.
Inside Looks features brief segments from our exclusive LP-only Webinar Series. Taken from the "Understanding Ethereum" Installment, highlights feature partners Jack Laskey and Dave Mullen-Muhr as they unpack the complexities of this decentralized crypto- platform.
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In this webinar we take a closer look at open-source platform Ethereum, a project we believe has been destined to fail since its conception in 2015. The partners break down its current state in the industry and use real world examples to explain exactly where and why Ethereum went wrong.
Although some crypto perspectives argue in favor of Ethereum’s goal of maximum decentralization, further analysis demonstrates how its fatal mindset and technical flaws limit the platform from facilitating the truly unbounded scalability and security present in Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV).
Following the seminar we open the floor to audience questions and further our analysis of BSV, the momentum of public consensus, and enterprise use-case scalability.
Unbounded Capital's Thesis: The Bitcoin (BSV) network and it’s metanet protocol are poised to be the foundation of the internet of value. BSV as an asset has asymmetric upside and the network has spurred an explosion of entrepreneurial creativity. Unbounded Capital matches deep understanding of Bitcoin with extensive VC and entrepreneurial experience to help build the Bitcoin economy through identifying, funding, and then guiding the best Bitcoin-native businesses.
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This video describes about Unspent Transaction output model which is used in Bitcoin
isnt input counter equals to output counter?
i get uneconomical UTXO error while trying to withdraw my balance on btc.com what should I do?
Nice Sir make some more videos how to unlock the input n lock output so that the transections should be confirmed without any stuck
got a question:
3:34 is in the moment where Tom sends 2 BTC to Alice (means 5 BTC input and 3 BTC as the output to himself) he doesn't posses BTC at all until new 3 BTC output resides at his wallet?
All inputs must be spent. This is important and would’ve answered some question comments below, because you omit this key piece of information.