What is a Whitepaper? A white paper is an authoritative report or guide that informs legislative authorities or public opinion concisely about complex issues. It is meant to help readers understand an issue, solve a problem (for example developing a long term governmental policy), or make a decision.
In the context of cryptocurrency, this term refers to technical documents related to protocols or criptographic keys. This documents have the same objective, but not necessarily issued by a central authority..
This term comes originally from the Blue Books used by the British Empire in the 19th century as a compendium of country statistics, and which name comes from the colour of its cover, just as it happens with the Whitepapers. They are usually of a lesser extension than a blue book, and it is thought its origin comes from the Churhill’s white book from 1922. During the British ruling in Palestine, three white papers were published, and they determined the inmediate future of this period, e.g The White paper from 1939.
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