Craig Wright & Michael Hudson Discuss Bitcoin's Hidden Maths - Bitstocks Podcast Ep. 2

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Dr Craig Wright, Chief Scientist for nChain and one of the most public proponents of Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) sits down with Bitstocks founder and CEO, Michael Hudson, to have a philosophically technical discussion about the mathematics and biological models behind the Bitcoin protocol and how this impacts on the organic growth and scaling of the network.


In this episode, Dr Craig Wright and Michael Hudson discuss the Bitcoin protocol including Wolfram 110 of cellular automation, quantum mechanics, the universal importance of numbers of 3, 6 and 9, and then ponder the concept of turing complete humans. 


Quick Reference:

0:30 - Introducing Dr Craig Wright (Satoshi Nakamoto)

6:15 - Bitcoin is a Biologically Inspired Network

15:50 - Is Tesla's '369' Baked into Bitcoin?

17:21 - All of Finance is Fractal

22:55 - Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man Squared Circle

24:50 - Wolfram 110 (Turing complete) & Rule 30

29:45 - How Important is Wolfram 110 to Bitcoin's Network?

45:30 - Core Economic Principles of Bitcoin

56:24 - Why is it Important to Preserve Bitcoin's Economic Principles

1:05:40 - How Does Skewing Bitcoin's Harmonic Economic Balances Effect Network Integrity for Alternative Scaling Solutions

1:11:40 - Is Bitcoin a Mathematical Singularity?

1:17:50 - The Different Ideals of Scaling

1:29:05 - The Recent Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork