Reasoning from First Principles

Crypto — First Principles

Crypto is a globally distributed ledger.

Private keys are just large random numbers.

Private Keys can be distributed.

A public address is just a transformation of a private key (random number).

Crypto can be obfuscated, but is generally transparent and fully public.

Crypto is not good or bad.

Crypto is not encrypted.

Crypto is programmable.

Crypto cannot be stopped.

Crypto is trans-jurisdictional.

Crypto is permissionless.

Crypto can adapt.

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