The BCH community is large and decentralised (no one is in charge), and the community have produced a ton of great resources about money, cryptocurrency, history and Bitcoin Cash.
All of the following creators and resources are highly recommended:
Published on October 31st 2008, the Bitcoin whitepaper is the original explanation and design specification for the currency by (anonymous, and inactive since 2011) creator Satoshi Nakamoto. It is technical, but only 9 pages (including pictures!) and worth reading to understand Bitcoin directly from its progenitor.
Note that the original Bitcon community (starting in 2009) split into the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin (BTC) communities on August 1st 2017. The original community could not agree on the direction of the project, and as there is no one in charge of Bitcoin who could decide the debate, the two groups split the original Bitcoin into two competing versions of Bitcoin (called "forks"). The Bitcoin Cash community was determined to maintain the original design and mission specified in the whitepaper - a peer-to-peer electronic cash system - while the Bitcoin BTC community decided instead to become "digital gold".
Bitcoin was created to provide an alternative to the US Federal Reserve banking system, which silently profits off the labour of the entire world's population. This is a great explanation of the system, and demonstrates the need for an independent currency.
Hayden Otto explains in a 1 hour talk the origins of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash vs Bitcoin etc.
Watch the BCH and BTC blockchain transactions live, seen as passengers boarding a bus. New transactions are passengers, a bus is a block of transactions which leaves when "found" and sent around to the network. BTC is frequently congested and inefficient, while BCH operates smoothly due to its increased capacity.
Stefan Molyneux and others discuss in detail the history of Bitcoin and the scaling debate.
The progenitor of cryptocurrency's emails, forum posts and other assorted ideas, including many very prophetic predictions and explanations of the .
Check in on how the SHA256 coin war is progressing, and get a bunch of great stats about Bitcoin Cash and the rest.
What they are, what they do and why they matter. Check out the appearance by the author Jonas on the podcast.
Rick Falkvinge, founder of the Swedish Pirate Party and early Bitcoiner, outlines a strategy for the Bitcoin Cash community to operate in a decentralised swarm-like manner. Note: Title is a joke.
Chat to the BCH community. As the subreddit was started after /r/Bitcoin began banning all big block opposition, the refugees moved to /r/btc and so ended up squatting on their opposition's ticker symbol when Bitcoin Cash was later invented. A subject of much confusion and mirth to this very day. Also check out /r/Bitcoincash
Kim Dotcom talks to BTC Core supporters about Bitcoin, during the period he was trying to reconcile the two communities. Later he would convert fully to the BCH side after discovering just how fruitless it was trying to talk sense with the BTC side. Things became somewhat uncordial in response, as can be heard on Episode 12 of the podcast.
A big blocks scaling strategy getting Bitcoin Cash to 10 billion people trading directly on the main chain has been known to be viable starting as early as 2017.
BCH vs BTC informational website by Kim Dotcom.
Detailed discussion of lead up to the BCH <-> BTC fork, and some of the community shenanigans and dishonest informational warfare that went on at the time.
Jeffrey Tucker talks about cryptocurrency and sound money.
Hayden Otto discovers some special sunglasses. Good watch for fans of 80s cult movies.
Rick Falkvinge discusses Blocksteam's influence in Bitcoin (BTC), which explains why Bitcoin Cash (BCH) split off to route around this issue.
There is no escape in a fiat currency system. Why everyone and every country is constantly drowning in debt, the money IS the debt.
Read up on some big picture Bitcoin theory.
Declared dead 350+ times for over 10 years. RIP the haters.
Not "official", because nothing is or could be official in Bitcoin Cash, but a good source of information on Bitcoin Cash.
Keep an eye on what tech is being added to BCH, a currency that is constantly looking to improve itself without comprimising on being the world's best payment system.
BCH history, around the time of BCH vs BSV fork.
Adoption platform, blog and information source about Bitcoin Cash in the developing world.
Roger Ver, prominent BCH advocate, is interviewed about the history of Bitcoin.
BCH vs BTC vs BSV when it comes to scaling.
A great compilation of BCH resources.
- Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System
- The Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind
- 10 Years of Bitcoin
- Bitcoin: The History Of A Revolution
- Writings by Satoshi Nakamoto
- Bitcoin Fork Stats - BCH, BTC, BSV, eCash
- Why Cryptocurrencies
- A Letter From The Bitcoin (Cash) CEO
- Reddit.com /r/btc
- A Quality Game Of Poker
- Bitcoin Cash can scale to the entire world
- Why Bitcoin Cash
- History of /r/Bitcoin subreddit
- Monetary Fundamentals
- They Lie
- Corporate interference in Bitcoin
- Money as debt
- Nakamoto Institute Mempool
- Bitcoin Obituaries
- Bitcoin Cash Homepage
- BCH Development Upgrades
- BCH vs BSV
- Bitcoin Cash Site
- A History Of Bitcoin
- BCH vs BSV - Part 2
- Tula S Recommended Resources