The beginning of Bitcoin was fostered by the failure of several key banking corporations in late 2008. A humble and quiet entrance onto the world stage via a cryptography website; the epitome of a niche website. The enigmatic inventor, engineer, economist, and any number of number of titles we can speculate on; Satoshi Nakamoto proposed a system of banking, where the banks were left out. A system where the people that owned the currency set its’ value. A system where the only fees that were charged were what the buyer and seller set. A system that sought to stabilize its’ environment by transforming the banking customers into potentially the worlds’ largest bank. An idea that was anything but niche.