State of Bitcoin Q2 2015: Price Rallies Amid Economic Turmoil

State of Bitcoin Q2 2015: Price Rallies Amid Economic Turmoil

CoinDesk State of Bitcoin Q2 2015 from CoinDesk. CoinDesk's latest State of Bitcoin report is now live, focusing on events in the cryptocurrency world in the second quarter of 2015. This article runs through some key findings from the nearly 100 new slides found in the report. Why 'State of Bitcoin'? The Q2 2015 State of Bitcoin report marks the seventh report in CoinDesk's series. During its creation, we reflected on how much has changed since the first State of Bitcoin was released in February 2014, enough that we felt it worth revisiting the report's title. In short, why should this....


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[I’ve been working on Bitcoin] since 2007. At some point I became convinced there was a way to do this without any trust required at all and couldn’t resist to keep thinking about it. Much more of the work was designing than coding. Fortunately, so far all the issues raised have been things I previously considered and planned for.

Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin Developer