“When Satoshi Nakamoto invented bitcoin, he did not invent a new social contract. Satoshi did something else—he leveraged technology to solve many problems of past implementations and implemented the old contract in a new and better way.” – @hasufly

Hasu brings us another great article with Part 2 of “The Skeptics Guide to Bitcoin.” What becomes clear when we see both Bitcoin and money as a social contract? Can it answer some of the more complex philosophical debates within the Bitcoin ecosystem?  Listen to find out.

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https://medium.com/@hasufly/bitcoins-social-contract-1f8b05ee24a9?sk=27e8cf65d45c46ffae1466ce2ac31b48

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