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Original annotated and commented edition of the masterpiece of the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto, inventor of Bitcoin, the digital currency on everyone’s lips.

However, few noticed that the innovative power of Bitcoin is not strictly financial, but it fundamentally impacts the creation of political consensus, by transforming it into a technological mechanism.

Exactly for this reason, the present edition is enriched by a critical apparatus that should make possible, even for the less tech-savvy reader, to comprehend and reflect on such a key phenomenon of our times.
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