In this episode of “Bitcoin, Explained” (previously often known as “The Van Wirdum Sjorsnado”), hosts Aaron van Wirdum and Sjors Provoost mentioned the Chivo software, the Bitcoin pockets and fee terminal offered by the federal government of El Salvador.
This episode is just a little bit totally different from different episodes of “Bitcoin, Explained,” as a result of the Chivo app is closed-source software program. Instead of analyzing the supply code and design of the applying, van Wirdum and Provoost had to depend on van Wirdum’s private expertise with the pockets and fee terminal or what he remembers of that private expertise.
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