Today, June 28, the “Bitcoin Voicepaper en español – 2021” was launched, with the participation of relevant personalities from the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Bitcoin Voicepaper is the reading, in our language, of the white paper (white paper) involving part of the Ibero-American community. The project included 154 participants who gave life, with their voice, to the document published by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008.
The Spanish version of the project was promoted by Joaquín Moreno, host of the YouTube channel “BTC en Español” and transmitted through a video posted on that platform. This initiative arises after the realization of the English versionpublished on 1 March of this year.
Reading the white paper of Bitcoin in this video has a duration of more than 29 minutes and closes with the phrase in unison of all participants:”We are all Satoshi”. This message shows that Satoshi Nakamoto is more relevant than ever and will follow him for many years, for his vision will never die.
Some of participants in the clip were Franco Amati (of the NGO Bitcoin Argentina); Andreas Antonopoulos (writer and popularizer); Juan Rodríguez (Youtuber), Diego Gutierrez Saldivar (CEO of IOVLabs); Chevy Contreras (member of The Bitcoineta); Rodolfo Andragnes (founder of the NGO Bitcoin Argentina); Elena Cazes (participant of Satoshi in Venezuela), and Christopher Pereira (Blockchain Academy Chile), among others.
What is the white paper about Bitcoin?
The white paper or white paper of Bitcoin is the document in which Satoshi Nakamoto, pseudonym with which the creator of the cryptocurrency is known, embodied his initial ideas about what its development should be.
There it is explained that its purpose is completely eliminate the need to trust a third party to conduct a financial transaction. It thus differs from the current financial system whose operation is centralized and based on the intermediation of banks.
The Bitcoin white paper states that the main cause of users ‘ dependence on banking is related to the requirement to require a mediator, either to reverse a transaction or to generate other operations.
Nakamoto proposes a electronic payment system using cryptographic evidence instead of relying on third parties. Thus, two interested parties can conduct “transactions directly without the need for a reliable third party”.
A grain of sand to spread the Satoshi initiative
The video on YouTube has the option to comment and some viewers gave their opinion on the production. For example, user Franklin Roldan said, ” a huge initiative that adds a grain of sand to bring Satoshi’s idea to more people. Without a doubt, we are all Satoshi.”
Another user identified as “Accepting payments in bitcoin,” noted: “Excellent initiative! Next time I’d love to participate. Since last year I am very involved with everything around Bitcoin, which has led me to create my own YouTube channel. ( … ) There are more and more people that Bitcoin is changing our lives for.”
YouTube follower Nacho Flores said: “We are awakening the world and better understanding what is money? Thanks to Satoshi Nakamoto we managed to have Bitcoin and have freedom over the use of our money. Fantastic work of all Spanish speakers who are part of the Bitcoin community in the world.”
To all these comments closed the user “The Block Code “with this message:” Beautiful community project in Spanish. Nice to have collaborated. # TodosSomosSatoshi”.
It should be recalled that the April 26, 2021 it was 10 years since Satoshi Nakamoto it left without leaving more trace than bitcoin, as CriptoNoticias reviewed on that date. On April 26, 2011, the person behind the pseudonym sent the last known email of his. Its recipient was Gavin Andresen, who was already serving as the maintainer of the Bitcoin code and as a” successor ” to Satoshi himself, being the head of Bitcoin Core.