This triptych shows the attackerSuccessProbability function provided by Satoshi Nakamoto in the bitcoin whitepaper, which proves how hard is for an attacker to change a block after subsequents blocks are added into the chain.

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With these calculations, Satoshi shows that a blockchain based on hashes and Proof Of Work generates a database that is practically impossible to reverse. The difficulty of changing a block grows exponentially as new blocks are added (z).

The triptych also includes a famous phrase from Satoshi: “If you don’t believe me or don’t get it, I don’t have time to try to convince you, sorry”

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