Bitcoin Honeymoon Is Over? NYC Mayor Comes Out Against Proof Of Work
Per a New York Post report, recently elected NY Mayor Eric Adams has revealed his positions against Bitcoin and crypto mining. The politician run on a campaign that vouched to make the U.S. city a “center of cryptocurrency trading”. Related Reading | NYC Mayor Will Keep His Promise And Convert First Paycheck To Bitcoin And […]
To understand Bitcoin, people need to understand Proof-Of-Work. It might be the most crucial aspect of the network. Proof-Of-Work provides security, resolves the issuance problem, and guarantees “a ledger of ownership and transactions that is beyond dispute.” And that’s just the beginning. How does Proof-Of-Work accomplish all that? That’s what this section is all about. […]
A text threatening to prohibit cryptocurrencies relying on energy-intensive proof-of-work mining has been deleted from the draft legislation aimed at regulating the European crypto space. The move comes after the controversial provision sparked objections from the crypto community. MiCA Proposal Drops Ban on Proof-of-Work Coins Wording that could have banned cryptocurrencies with proof-of-work (PoW) mining, like bitcoin, is missing in the latest version of EU’s Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) framework. The European Parliament (EP) was expected to approve the proposal on the last....
It is evident that proof-of-work is a pure representation of free-market forces as opposed to the control of proof-of-stake.
Proof-of-work is the innovation that drives energy innovation. Proof-of-stake ensures the richest among us will continue their control over others.
New York Mayor-Elect Eric Adams recently won the mayoral race for the city. On November 3rd, Adams became the second black man to be elected as mayor in the city of New York. The win was momentous in itself but Adams’s comments and stance on cryptocurrencies, bitcoin, in particular, have been what has pushed him into the limelight in recent days. The mayor-elect had made the news days after his election when he said that he planned to receive his first three paychecks in bitcoin. This was in response to Miami’s Mayor Francis Suarez’s comment that he was going to receive a paycheck in....