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With e-currency based on cryptographic proof, without the need to trust a third party middleman, money can be secure and transactions effortless.~Satoshi Nakamoto
First, let’s start with the very first words of the bitcoin whitepaper. The original whitepaper is titled, “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.” Satoshi was not a big fan of the Modern Banking System. The bitcoin genesis block on January 3, 2009 famously contained a reference to a headline from the London Times from that date. The genesis block includes a statement saying, “The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout.”
Satoshi knew that anonymity and transparency is one of the most important things when you start a financial transaction. His vision entails a payment system that was faster, cheaper and irreversible. No financial institution is needed. Nor did it need a 3rd party to mediate conflicts either. He wants a clear & transparent Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System which does not require KYC or any other identification method, and this is also achieved by launching of the Bitcoin blockchain on January 3, 2009.
Bitcoin wouldn't have been able to start his world conquest without stock exchange trading, and there was no problem with that, apart from the increasing proliferation of speculators, which is a natural feature of the industry. After the relatively relaxed five years after the launch, the first disaster was happened - the notorious Mt. Gox Exchange hack. Mt. Gox was a bitcoin exchange based in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. By 2014 Mt.Gox was handling over 70% of all bitcoin (BTC) transactions worldwide, as the largest bitcoin intermediary and the world's leading bitcoin exchange. Mt. Gox announced that approximately 850,000 bitcoins belonging to customers and the company were missing and likely stolen, an amount valued at more than $450 million at the time. Since then still there have been a lot of attacks against cryptocurrency exchanges and most of the exchanges provides fake volume data a low transparency. Most of the centralized exchanges are ask the users personal data, but the level of security still remains low. We at cryptocurrency.org are working for those users, who wants true data from the market. The exchange raw data are processed by ourselves according to specific methodologies to increase the transparency of the crypto-sphere. This industry deserves this.
I don't believe a second, compatible implementation of Bitcoin will ever be a good idea. So much of the design depends on all nodes getting exactly identical results in lockstep that a second implementation would be a menace to the network.~Satoshi Nakamoto
The mastermind inventor behind Bitcoin in the time of his brilliant idea probably wouldn't have found it fortunate for his "good" to be copied by too many people - despite of its open source nature. His natural aversion for the banking industry, nonetheless, found sympathy with many like-minded entrepreneurs, and moved the imagination of people who shared his sentiments. Consequently, the cryptocurrency scene at present boasts of at least 5000 different items - and we are only talking about those that are, on some level, listed on the relevant exchanges. With such a huge competition from each side, and, additionally, the rapid pace with which the technology underlying it becomes more and more advanced, Bitcoin is under attack from all sorts of different projects from many parties. Needless to say, most of the cryptocurrencies have been and are going to be short lived and have no other goal in mind than returning a less than desirable profit for those who jump into cryptocurrency trading without any planing or serious information gathering beforehand. And, in addition to this, the exchanges sometimes are also - willingly or unknowingly - accomplices in these matters, so you cannot be too careful in this field. Fortunately, we are here to help you make informed decisions with our highly transparent data and other user guides that are all at your disposal.