Bitcoin Archive gathers the most important primary and secondary source material on the creation of Bitcoin in a highly searchable research database.
You can search any document in the archive by author, dates, and keywords. Try out terms like
anonymous. Results will appear in real-time.
Some terms that are popular now that were not in use then. For example, if you want to find references to the
blocksize limit, you might search simply
In general you will find the best search results by typing less to account for variations of words like plurals. Rather than
anonymity, for example, just start with
anon and you’ll get both
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