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Why do people confusingly call Bitcoin, Wikipedia, and such decentralized?

It's such an odd confusion. Why do people not understand what a real decentralized system is?
For example I just read an article where someone was saying that Wikipedia is decentralized while Facebook is centralized. Which makes no sense at all. Both have user generated content on a platform with a particular set of rules about how that content is structured and where it can be shared. And both have a small hub of individuals who make most of the decisions about the rules.
The same is true for Bitcoin.
Therse are all very centralized systems.
There are differences, obviously. Wikipedia is a non-profit, with a particular, shared goal. Facebook is a for-profit, with various and sometimes competing goals amongst the participants. Bitcoin has a very specific, mostly shared goal of generating and keeping track of mostly meaningless numbers while trying to con people into pretending that they are not meaningless so that early participants can make a profit. In Facebook, the rules are made by hired employees and a board of directors maybe, who represent investors. Wikipedia's rules are decided by the creator and employees, or hired volunteers, and to some extent by power users, I believe. Bitcoin's rules are decided by some anonymous and uncontactable "Satoshi", and then power users, for the most part.
Not one of them has a system where everyone is free to make their own rules. In ann of them the power is centralized and if you don't follow the rules, you get booted out of the system.
What they do have in common is a large percentage of volunteer participants. They are all crowd sourced to a large extent.
And with Bitcoin and Wikipedia, but not Facebook, there is a shared goal.
And with Bitcoin, it's all volunteer run and none of the volunteers after Satoshi were hired or elected. It's open to anyone who wants to, and has the resources to, help make the rules.
But a truly decentralized system has all volunteers and no hired ones anywhere, and has diverse rules so that anyone can participate even folks with seemingly competing rules. No one can kick anyone out.
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Wikipedia Guidance for Editors: "Cryptos and bitcoins and blockchains, oh no!"

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Goodbye Greg 🙋‍♂️ After Wikipedia and Bitcoin Core, Litecoin needs you ... 📡

Goodbye Greg 🙋‍♂️ After Wikipedia and Bitcoin Core, Litecoin needs you ... 📡 submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Wikipedia Signpost: Crypto and bitcoins and blockchains, oh no!

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"Anyone else intrigued that Jimmy Wales (*ahem* the founder of Wikipedia ) is going to be speaking at CoinGeek London at the end of this month? Talking about how Bitcoin can stop fake news and misinformation? Check it out. "

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When my friends and family tell be about how bitcoin is "illegal", I send them this pic and the Wikipedia link. Then... silence.

When my friends and family tell be about how bitcoin is submitted by simplelifestyle to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Wikipedia and Bitcoin | Wikipedia e Bitcoin | Wikipedia y Bitcoin

Wikipedia and Bitcoin | Wikipedia e Bitcoin | Wikipedia y Bitcoin submitted by bitzlato to Bitzlato [link] [comments]

Richard Heart Livestream - David Gerard, famous Bitcoin hater, nocoiner, author and wikipedia editor against blockchains & BTC.

Richard Heart Livestream - David Gerard, famous Bitcoin hater, nocoiner, author and wikipedia editor against blockchains & BTC. submitted by Compounding_Interest to HEXcrypto [link] [comments]

Wikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost/2020-01-27/In focus: Cryptos and bitcoins and blockchains, oh no!

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Richard Heart - David Gerard, famous Bitcoin hater, nocoiner, author and wikipedia editor against blockchains & BTC.

Richard Heart - David Gerard, famous Bitcoin hater, nocoiner, author and wikipedia editor against blockchains & BTC. submitted by Yanlii to cryptovideos [link] [comments]

A message to the new people in here.

I hope I have covered some basics and that this will give some guidance to new people to learn and don't get burned in the crypto space. To the moon!
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Wikipedia Signpost: Crypto and bitcoins and blockchains, oh no!

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Dumb Question Here, what platform should I buy bitcoin on and how do I cash out (if that’s possible?)?

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There is a huge edit war on Wikipedia where trolls like the user "Jtbobwaysf" are trying very hard to inject the word "bcash" into Bitcoin Cash pages and reverting/editing other pages that speak factually poorly on topics such as Lightning Network, Segwit, etc.

There is a huge edit war on Wikipedia where trolls like the user submitted by BitcoinXio to btc [link] [comments]

Best exhange for someone in WA state?

Hi,
I have been using CoinBase but recently ran into some issues with their service. I tried to create a Kraken account but because of my place of residence I'm not allowed to use their service. What is the best place I can buy/trade crypto (lowest fees, best security) in WA state?
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Gemini account negative balance.

About two days ago I bought $1000 of bitcoin, which is the daily limit for Gemini. I wanted to buy more so I tried to deposit cash into my account and be able to get more that way but the transaction was denied and now my Gemini account is showing a negative balance for USD but the money never went through. So now if I deposit the 500 I tried to put in a couple days ago will that zero out the balance and make me loose $500 for no reason? Or will that money just be able to be accessed to trade for crypto?
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If you wanna buy (not trade) BTC in the UK, which exchange do you recommended?

I’m not from the UK, it’s for a friend. I’m trying to make his transition into Crypto as painless as possible. There’s a long list of exchanges available, so any suggestion(s) would be helpful.
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Wikipedia Page Views Suggest Bitcoin Remains the Most Popular Crypto: ETH, BAT and XRP Next

Wikipedia Page Views Suggest Bitcoin Remains the Most Popular Crypto: ETH, BAT and XRP Next submitted by Secinem30 to BATProject [link] [comments]

"Email first entered limited use in the 1960s and by the mid-1970s had taken the form now recognized as email."-wikipedia | This video shows how to send an Email in 1984. We're witnessing Bitcoin move beyond this phase of inaccessibility, with layer 2 development and smart contracts

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Bitcoin was 3rd TOP viewed article on Wikipedia yesterday! And on Friday it was 2nd TOP!!!

Bitcoin was 3rd TOP viewed article on Wikipedia yesterday! And on Friday it was 2nd TOP!!! submitted by nasato to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

09-27 23:03 - 'Augur and Wikipedia?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Uberse removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-9min

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I think that Augur could be used to publicize controversial edits and perhaps force inclusion of such bets into a given article as references in their own right. Killer app for Wikipedians?
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Has anyone bought with Banxa before?

I was about to buy some btc on Edge and seen that Banxa has a fee of 2.5% compared to others which are around 7% to 9% and was wondering if anyone has used it before and is it trust worthy.
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