Cole Diamond explains the Canadian crypto market and why he likes BSV

The Canadian Bitcoin industry has been slow to build, and it has stumbled along the way. All the same, it is looking to grow massively and soon, and there was no better expert to explain the oncoming storm of Canadian crypto adoption than Cole Diamond, CEO of Coinsquare exchange, who joined Becky Liggero at the recent CoinGeek Toronto 2019 scaling conference.

Part of the Canadian aversion to crypto has been tied to a commitment to more stable investments. “You’re talking about a market that is traditionally, incredibly safe,” Diamond explained. “Like almost every Canadian is 100% focused on the real estate market or buying mutual funds. So, it’s taken a little bit longer for this market to take off to this space, but the underlying interest is unbelievable.”

The interest in investment, as the market shakes off dark coins and proves it can be a better place to put your money, will draw in the average Canadian. “Like anywhere else in the world, there’s a tremendous amount of excitement, there’s a tremendous about of greed, I’ll call it what it is,” Diamond said. “And that’s started to buckle up quite significantly. Not to mention, in Canada, you got a number of public companies, probably the most in the world, in this space, that’s attracted quite a bit of interest. So I think, as we move into the next bull run, Canada’s going to be at the heart of everything.”

Before any of that could start though, Canada had to experience its share of setbacks, with QuadrigaCX being a notable example. “Coinsquare is vocal about pro regulation for this space,” Diamond noted, going on to explain how his company won’t repeat the same mistakes. “Coinsquare’s in the process of applying for broker dealer and ETS registrations in Canada and in the United States. We believe that we got to do a lot of clean up in this market, get the wrong actors out, get the right actors, have a prominent focus so we can scale efficiently and what people are used to in the financial services market.”

Coinsquare wants to maintain its neutral position in the crypto industry, but Diamond will admit to having an admiration for Bitcoin SV (BSV). “I’ll tell you what I’m really excited about, about BSV, and that’s its ability for massive scale,” he told Liggero. “You got a much tighter, stronger code base, the original Satoshi Vision, smaller code base means better opportunity. The right team looks like it’s in place in order to make it real. And a platform like Coinsquare needs to make sure that it’s delivering for its customers in the most fast, efficient manner possible, so we need massive scale. So we’re probably going to need BSV as a key piece of infrastructure in the future.”

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Kate Hiscox: Bitcoin SV and the payment networks of tomorrow

Kate Hiscox is a serial entrepreneur with ambitious plans for her trading platform DRIVE Markets. With a background in supply chain businesses, Kate has recruited a team with wide experience of FX (foreign exchange) trading to create a suite of products that will work together to integrate fiat and crypto (CX) trading.

DRIVE recently received investment from Calvin Ayre, the owner of CoinGeek and a leading supporter of Bitcoin SV, who said that he likes “entrepreneurs who can cut through the noise and focus on technology that works. That’s why I like DRIVE.”

Hiscox plans to use the SV blockchain to record transactions: “the Bitcoin SV blockchain will be used by DRIVE Pay for our ledger specific requirements and BSV will be used as a bridge currency.”

On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, Hiscox explains the thinking behind her plans to grow her business: “traders want to be able to trade crypto but they don’t have the right exchange [or] the right tools in place to do that. So we basically packaged something that would entice them.” That meant providing “the right infrastructure and trading experience so that ForEx (foreign exchange) traders can come over and trade crypto in a familiar environment.”

“The exchange business is very revenue-intensive,” Hiscox admits: “in launching multiple products that complement each other, by making the first one an exchange, the company will be profitable this year, in a very short amount of time.”

In creating a suite of new products, DRIVE has set itself some ambitious goals, but Hiscox is clear that each product must contribute to the bottom line: “anything we build has to make sense, has to grow revenue, has to complement the products that we already have.”

While some in the Bitcoin world are working on visionary projects that may not come to fruition for years, Hiscox is focussed on more immediate and more conventional business goals: “you can dream up all these wondrous things, but if you don’t have a customer at the end of the day and you’re not making any money, eventually you’re going to go out of business …That’s my thing, I think it’s evolution versus revolution.”

Hear the full interview with Kate Hiscox on this week’s CoinGeek Conversations podcast:

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ExchangeRates.Pro introduces new exchange comparison, crypto purchasing tool

ExchangeRates.Pro introduces new exchange comparison, crypto buying tool

A new service that allows cryptocurrency fans to check for the best rates when selling their assets is now available. ExchangeRates.Pro gives users an easy tool to find local buyers and trading platforms and offers support for a number of coins, including Bitcoin SV (BSV), SegWitCoin (BTC) and more.

According to a press release from the platform, “Designing the user-friendly, easy to understand interface is the company priority. The goal is to create a UI [user interface] that won’t confuse every ‘complete newbie to crypto.’ Most of the visitors will find the most suitable deals right after accessing the website or after entering the desired amount. At the same time, there are a lot of options to sort and filter the offers based on payment systems or bank (there are over 300 to choose from) preferences, KYC policy, rating, etc. It’s all up to the visitor – to pick an offer precisely based on a number of details or just take the one with the best rate, the highest rating, etc.”

Users can visit the ExchangeRates.Pro website, select their country and exchange criteria (fiat to BSV, for example) and receive a list of every source available to complete the transaction. From there, reviewing rankings, pricing and forms of payments, users are able to select the best option for their needs.

CoinGeek reached out to ExchangeRates.Pro for some additional details, and its founder, Anton Vereshchagin, offered some insight on what’s in the pipeline. Since the platform is relatively new, it is still building its support database. In certain cases, for example, BSV isn’t available everywhere and “the availability of BSV-to-fiat exchange depends on the country. At the moment, we have exchanges added that allow users to buy/sell BSV with fiat in Thailand, Russia and some other countries. But, in most of the countries, it’s only possible to exchange BSV.”

In the future, additional options will be added, such as the ability to sort or filter based on different criteria. Vereshchagin explains, “We plan to add cash payments with the possibility to look in specific areas in one of the coming updates; in a few weeks most likely.”

The platform was literally just released and has a “huge to-do list.” Vereshchagin acknowledges that there are many features that need to be added that are already in the works, but that he and his team are working hard to make improvements as quickly as possible.

Former SEC officer: Crypto-casinos will be brought down

Former SEC officer: Crypto-casinos will be brought down

There’s plenty wrong with the cryptocurrency industry, but you don’t have to take it from us. John Reed Stark, a cybersecurity expert and 20-year veteran of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) wrote a scathing analysis of what’s wrong with it for Law360, and a lot of it is the exchanges’ fault.

He begins with the new concept of Initial Exchange Offerings (IEOs), better described as the recent trend of exchanges offering their own digital currency to profit more from the market. Stark doesn’t take kindly to this, calling it an “unregulated crypto-casino fundraising mutation.”

This kind of offering, best exemplified by Binance Coin (BNB), is something the SEC is tracking and will crack down on in due time. He added:

“IEOs represent yet another blatant attempt to hijack a similar-sounding acronym—IPO—in an effort to lure investors seeking to get rich quick. However, just like ICOs, the IEO has not a single element in common with the IPO (other than the first and last letters of its acronym).”

He also pointed to the rampant use of many digital currencies, like Bitcoin Core (BTC) or Monero (XMR), as tools of criminals to hide their activity. “Need a way to collect a ransomware payment?” he asked. “Need to fund terrorist-related activities? Need to hire a hitman? Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin have become the payment of choice for these, and a slew of other, criminal enterprises.”

The reason these exchanges and cryptocurrencies won’t last, Stark concluded, are because they are so obviously tied to criminality. They distance themselves from proper oversight and regulation, and as a result, the SEC and other government bodies are eventually going to crack down hard on them, limiting their potential for future global adoption.

The only digital currency working to seriously correct this problem, and seeking better regulation and oversight, is Bitcoin SV (BSV). Because Dr. Craig Wright, Bitcoin’s inventor, wanted to build a digital currency that was private, but not anonymous, BSV provides the full accountability necessary for a government to hunt down criminals who use it, while providing the stability and scalability necessary for businesses to build with.

Bitcoin SV price soars on Craig Wright’s Bitcoin copyright approval

Bitcoin SV price soars on Craig Wright’s Bitcoin copyright approval

The sudden announcement that Dr. Craig Wright has received the copyright for the original Bitcoin whitepaper has already had stunning affects. The market, now starting to recognize that Wright is indeed Satoshi Nakamoto, has responded quickly and Bitcoin SV (BSV) has skyrocketed in price.

According to CoinGecko, BSV more than doubled in price, jumping from $61.80 to $125.41 in the hour after the news was made public. On Bitfinex, it climbed as high as $136 before leveling off, now floating between $112 and $125.

The May 21 revelation that Wright has gained the Copyright, not just for the Bitcoin whitepaper, but the original Bitcoin code as well, helps solidify what he’s been trying to tell everyone for years: he created Bitcoin.

Not only that, but it now gives him more credibility in the public eye when he advocates for the original vision for the digital currency, as a scalable and stable protocol that can grow to be the world’s new money, and provide utility as the world’s new data network. It’s been reborn to do that as BSV.

This jump in price could still be just a fraction of what’s possible. Binance and Kraken no longer offer BSV trading pairs, and users who exclusively use those exchanges who want to get in on this new surge of optimism for the real Bitcoin will need to shift their funds before they can trade for the currency. That may take some time, possibly allowing BSV to see another sudden rise in price once they can get their funds in place.

The sudden increase in price will be a welcome sight for early BSV adopters, but they know this is just a happy side effect of their investment. The real plan for BSV is to continue scaling the blockchain massively, with an increase in block size coming in July, allowing for greater use by businesses and enterprises. Those companies, looking for a block size that is ready for real world, practical uses, have the utility, and stability of BSV as their best and only option for real world applications.

As more court cases get settled in Wright’s favor, and the real decision makers of the world recognize what he’s built in his vision for Bitcoin, expect BSV to continue to soar.

That may happen once again after Wright sits down for a Fireside chat with Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen. The two will chat at the CoinGeek Toronto scaling conference later this month. It’s a must attend event, as the two are expected to discuss the history of Bitcoin, and many revelations may be made.

Dr. Craig Wright: Crypto exchanges offer false promises of riches

Dr. Craig Wright: Crypto exchanges offer false promises of riches

Binance is ready to re-launch deposits and withdrawals on May 14, and somewhere down the road, they plan to launch their often hyped decentralized exchange (DEX). None of that changes the fundamental problems of what Binance is, and what it represents, though, and in his latest Medium post, Dr. Craig Wright picks apart the fallacies of the crypto market.

Titled “Crypto flim-flam,” Wright’s article looks into exactly what makes Bitcoin valuable, and why the product that exchanges offer is riddled with falsehoods. As the top crypto exchange in the industry, Binance represents a lot of what’s wrong with the industry, and Wright doesn’t hold back.

He first deals with the thought that trades on Binance somehow fall outside of the realm of U.S. law and regulation. That just isn’t the case, and they will pay for it eventually. He writes:

“Binance.com places the exchange squarely within the realm of US control. To say so is not a mere assertion, ‘.com’ domains have been considered to come under US territory for decades now. It is well tested in law.”

The big lie though is in the value people believe cryptos hold, and the trade of that value on exchanges like Binance. The true value of a token is in it’s worth to society, and the fact is, the vast majority of token’s are empty vessels. Binance gets rich by building belief that if cryptos become valuable from your trades, the common investor will get rich as well.

This has to come crashing down eventually, as worthless tokens with no use cases will have no reason to hold value eventually. Write notes, “Unfortunately, in this new round of growth of valueless assets and tokens that point to digital nothing, we will have to see the emperor in his full glory as the market for digital assets returns to its true value.”

Bitcoin SV (BSV), with its mission to scale massively and provide a new data network to the world, is the opposite case. It will prove to have uses as both the world’s new money, and the replacement to the Internet, making it an immensely valuable product. If the crypto market place doesn’t see that, the average consumer eventually will, and the tables will flip. Wright comments, “The exchange is Main Street, not Wall Street. (…) Value is what is offered to society at large. And markets come through use.”

The current rise in the price of Bitcoin Core (BTC) is very much an attempt of the crypto market trying to get as much wealth out of the market as they can before their house of cards comes crumbling down. That same fate will eventually happen for all the alt-coin scams that populate exchanges. Binance will keep that process going as long as possible, because they sell the promise of getting rich for nothing, whereas the real winner of this competition will be the token that provides value.

Wright concludes that there’s only one possible outcome to all of this: “In 20 years, we will look back following the massive crash that will come and see one surviving protocol.”

After Bitcoin SV delisting, Kraken shuts down withdrawals

After Bitcoin SV delisting, Kraken shuts down withdrawals

After Binance made their announcement to delist Bitcoin SV (BSV), Kraken soon followed with a poll asking Twitter users what they should do. Now, not only have they announced they will follow mob-rule and also delist BSV, but they’ve apparently disabled BSV withdrawals as well.

In their announcement, they claimed they would allow trading until April 29, with withdrawals available until May 31. An anonymous Kraken user has alerted us that it appears BSV withdrawals, and really all withdrawals, are currently unavailable at the exchange.

This source provided CoinGeek with a screenshot of their Kraken withdrawal page, with a red banner at the top indicating that withdrawals are currently disabled. We’ve independently confirmed that regardless of the cryptocurrency, withdrawals just seem to not be working at this time.

After Bitcoin SV delisting, Kraken shuts down withdrawals

For users of Kraken, no matter if they support the decision to delist or not, this will be a frustrating experience. For those that are on the clock though, and want to get their BSV out of the site and move it to private wallets or exchanges that aren’t playing a public relations game for the mob, it’s especially frustrating.

The anonymous user had the following to say about the situation:

“I find it completely idiotic that any exchange would delist BSV considering its market cap. Clearly the people running Binance and Kraken want to play God with other people’s money and do not care about their customers.

“I decided to move all of my BSV from Binance, Kraken and Poloniex today. Binance was very slow but eventually sent it. Poloniex was very fast and even though they will continue to list it I just prefer to keep the coins in a wallet now.

“As you can see by the screen shot, Kraken has decided to disable withdraws for BSV. Why would they do that when they just decided to delist it? I am pulling all my funds out of that place ASAP and never looking back. Clearly they are very reactionary and did not plan for the volume of BSV withdraw requests.”

This is the problem with these exchanges. They aren’t truly interested in what’s best for the cryptocurrency industry, they’re looking to win a news cycle by playing to the masses. They picked their target, Dr. Craig Wright, and as a result are causing financial harm to well-meaning cryptocurrency investors. They ultimately don’t have their customer’s best interests at heart.

Jack Liu’s BSV-based Float SV to deliver ‘real asset exchange experience’

Jack Liu’s BSV-based Float SV to deliver ‘real asset exchange experience’

A month after leaving his job at Circle to fulfill the vision he sees for Bitcoin, Jack Liu is back—with a new superwallet and a cryptocurrency exchange based on Bitcoin SV (BSV).

Liu announced over the weekend that he has teamed up with cryptocurrency exchange OKEx to roll out Float SV, a BSV exchange built on top of OKEx’s white-label solution OKNodes Program. On Twitter, Liu explained: “#FloatSV will resemble @OKEx interface at first, but over time, we will introduce many UX experiences.

The Float SV exchange will launch in April, but Liu noted, “…the exact timing will be adjusted forward if any major exchange delists Bitcoin (SV).”

Promising “real asset exchange experience,” Float SV will only list blockchains that runs Proof of Work SHA-256 and real assets such as commodities and currencies. This means no native tokens, no securities, and no security token offerings (STOs) on the platform. Part of Float SV’s exchange revenues will be reinvested into PoW, according to Liu.

This partnership with OKEx, according to Liu, brings his career to full circle. Liu, who previously served as chief strategy officer at OKEx, now returns as a partner and will leverage the crypto exchange giant’s technology as he works to bring “his own taste and values to the surface.”

“I have learned more from Star [Xu] than can be explained, and it is great to be back leveraging OK’s trusted and scalable exchange infrastructure with which I am very familiar with. Float SV can count on OK’s track record of being a neutral technology platform,” Liu wrote in a Medium post. Star Xu is the founder and chief executive of OK Group.

The announcement comes on the heels of the beta launch of Liu’s non-custodial wallet, RelayX, last April 1 in Argentina. Coined a “the world’s first mobile Superwallet,” RelayX promises to deliver a seamless payment experience around the world by supporting interoperable sends and receives over WeChat Pay, Alipay, and Kakao pay, with Line Pay and more to follow. The company explained:

“RelayX users will be able to spend their local currency denominated Bitcoin (SV) balance over Alipay and WeChat by simply scanning the receive QR Codes. Relay’s network of earners will process payments similar to how miners process transactions.”

Jack Liu’s BSV-based Float SV to deliver ‘real asset exchange experience’

Cross-platform transactions are limited to $100 during the beta launch period, with no fees involved. Since its launch, RelayX said it has already processed more than 500 on-chain transactions, including more than 200 cross-platform transactions. The company has also partnered with South Korean blockchain giant Coinplug, which will provide localized support allowing RelayX to connect with the Korean market.

RelayX is available today in beta on Android.

Coincheck to sell BSV holdings, pay users in Japanese yen

Coincheck to sell BSV holdings, pay users in Japanese yen

Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck has decided that it won’t support Bitcoin SV (BSV). The platform first made the announcement after the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hard fork last year, but is now moving forward with payouts of any BSV holdings. Those payouts will be made in Japanese yen.

According to a statement by the company, “Regarding the date and time of the planned event, there is a possibility that the [BSV] market price may be subject to manipulation, so we do not make a public date announcement.” It added that it will make a report on payments after they have been made.

The move by the exchange indicates that all users who held BSV in their Coincheck accounts at the time of the hard fork—November 16, 2018—will see those assets automatically converted to yen. Coincheck adds that users who held BCH in their “trading account” or “lending virtual currency account” will not see any conversion, and that the amount of yen delivered might be lower than the market price of the coin. Coincheck also expects to assess a fee for any yen withdrawals. 

The decision has already caused friction in the crypto community. “PaidSockPuppet” said on Reddit, “So, they’re either selling the BSV on the market and then giving the customers fiat, which means the exchange is deciding when and how to sell their customer’s property, or they are buying up their customer’s BSV with no chance for the customers to choose. Either way, it sounds like a pretty shitty deal for the customers. They should get to choose.”

On Twitter, “Mitsuki Yoshizawa” offered, “I feel that there is no credibility of Coincheck anywhere to dispose of human property.”

Coincheck hasn’t had what could be considered a solid history with the crypto community. It was hacked in January 2018, losing 523 million NEM tokens in the process. That made it the largest exchange hack at the time, even bigger than the Mt. Gox scandal. It also decided late last year to remove Dash, Zcash, Monero and Augur from the platform, even though these assets have remained popular. It also reported significant losses in the third quarter of last year and, despite receiving approval by Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) for an operating license, has still struggled to stabilize its operations. The decision to remove support for yet another digital asset won’t do much to improve the company’s image.

Voltaire’s CashBack scheme promises to boost Bitcoin SV liquidity

Voltaire’s CashBack scheme promises to boost Bitcoin SV liquidity

Shortly after enabling Bitcoin SV (BSV) trading, London-based cryptocurrency exchange Voltaire.cash is following it up with a new feature that will increase BSV liquidity—by rewarding users for trading on the exchange.

The scheme is called CashBack, and it allows users to earn BSV along with other coins for trading on the exchange through maker orders, according to Voltaire. A calculator is available on the exchange for users to compute their potential BSV earnings for trading on Voltaire.

The platform credits 0.2% of the value of each maker order directly to the user’s wallet in the currency used to make the trade, which means that if a user makes an order to buy BSV, they can get 0.2% of their order’s value back in BSV. The user’s total earnings can be checked on the exchange’s trading interface. CashBack is enabled by default on all trading pairs offered by Voltaire.

The goal, according to the Voltaire team, is to distribute revenue among exchange users while also encouraging them “to create maker orders in a bid to exchange liquidity without the need for an exchange token.” They noted, “More importantly, it’s about increasing BSV liquidity and the volumes involved in BSV’s trading ecosystem.”

Voltaire enabled BSV trading on its platform in February, a move that it said marked “the beginning of a new era” for the electronic cash exchange, which has been firm in its belief of Satoshi’s original vision of a “peer-to-peer electronic cash.” Voltaire founder Semyon Germanovich has acknowledged the BSV network’s dedication to restore the original Bitcoin protocol and keep it stable all while allowing it to massively scale and keep security paramount to support safe instant transactions for merchants.

Jamahl McMurran, head of growth at Voltaire, said in a statement: “Bitcoin SV offers a technically sound solution to scaling. High transaction fees and extremely slow processing times as observed in 2016 are unacceptable and have a catastrophic impact on payment and trading experience. We chose to list Bitcoin SV because we believe it’s a solid implementation of the most efficient and fastest technology to use for payments and trading.”

Learn more about Voltaire’s CashBack scheme here.

Coinbase celebrates Q4 achievements—but still no Bitcoin SV?

Coinbase celebrates Q4 achievements—but still no Bitcoin SV?

Coinbase has rung in the New Year with a roundup of its achievements in the last quarter of 2018, celebrating a slew of new cryptocurrencies, platform developments and countries supported. Yet there still remains a glaring omission—still no support for Bitcoin SV.

Writing on Medium, Coinbase co-founder and CEO Brian Armstrong said that the company’s goal was to continue to add more assets to the platform.

He wrote, “In Q4, we launched everything from new products to requested features to integrations that scale our ability to serve customers. Together with the assets, rails, and geographies we’re adding, we’re building the infrastructure to continue our role as the bridge from fiat to crypto for people all around the world.”

According to Armstrong, Coinbase’s goal “is to maintain the trusted experience our customers have come to expect while adding the assets our customers have come to demand. This quarter, we added more assets than in our entire prior history as a company, and expanded our services to more people in different countries.”

Except Coinbase is still yet to support Bitcoin SV—despite the progress it has made since the fork on November 15.

According to the firm, development work for Bitcoin SV withdrawals is underway, although it could still be several weeks from coming on-stream. And as for on-boarding full support for Bitcoin SV transactions—they’ve still yet to declare their hand.

If Coinbase is to continue to serve its customers in 2019, this is a situation that needs to be rectified quickly. Bitcoin SV is the only protocol capable of truly handling mass scale payments, as demonstrated by stress tests which comfortably handled 1.6 million transactions in four hours.

The block size at 128 MB is already expected to increase to 512 MB in Q2 2019, ultimately scaling to 2 GB by November, with capability for handling transactions numbering in the billions. Just this week, on the 10th anniversary of the Bitcoin genesis block, a world record 103 MB block was mined on BSV chain—an achievement that confirms Bitcoin SV is on the correct path to becoming the world’s enterprise blockchain.

Adhering to the true principles of bitcoin in the original Satoshi whitepaper, BSV is the only viable option capable of supporting mass adoption. So if Coinbase is looking for a New Year’s resolution, getting to work on the BSV integration sooner rather than later might be a wise choice.

Voltaire confirms Bitcoin SV support coming soon

Voltaire confirms Bitcoin SV support coming soon

Voltaire.Cash, the London crypto exchange, has maintained for a long time now that they appreciate Satoshi’s original vision, and wanted to stick to the “closest thing to the vision of peer-to-peer electronic cash.” In a recent tweet, the Voltaire team confirmed they still believe in that vision, and will open up a Bitcoin SV (BSV) pair soon.

After the November hard fork that saw Bitcoin reborn in the form of BSV, Voltaire was forced, by their adherence to the Nakamoto Consensus to support the longest proof of work, to give the ABC team the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ticker, and as a result, the exchange became a Bitcoin Core (BTC) to BCH exchange exclusively. With the same announcement, they declared they were working to roll out BSV trading before the end of the year.

Voltaire may have felt pressure from their user base and business partners to get BSV added sooner than later. More and more people are recognizing that BSV is not only the original vision of Satoshi, but has the scalability, stability, safety and speed necessary to be a revolution for currency. Furthermore, one of Voltaire’s key business partners, Handcash, has already launched BSV support, so the exchange had little choice but to adopt the reborn Bitcoin, or risk an unbalanced relationship with the wallet.

In their latest blog post, Voltaire made clear they have more planned for the near future. They wrote they are working on “adding 0-conf deposits, advanced trading tools, margin trading and a loaning product.”

This news further confirms that the business friendly attitude of the developers behind BSV is a key ingredient to Bitcoin’s future success. More businesses are supporting the coin, and more users are asking for it to be supported. This loop is expected to continue, as BSV becomes the future of digital currency, exactly as Satoshi intended.