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Bitcoin is a digital currency created in 2009. It follows the ideas set out in a white paper by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto, whose true identity has yet to be verified. Bitcoin offers the promise of lower transaction fees than traditional online payment mechanisms and is operated by a decentralized authority, unlike government-issued currencies.

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1 day ago
Interesting observation: Most places that used to accept Bitcoin either don’t, or are out of business in 2019. #LivingOnBitcoin
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Colin Harper @AsILayHodling
Day 4: More mid-morning write ups, today with a soaking view.

Half a week in, I'm finding that most places that used to accept $BTC don't anymore--or they went out of business (go figure)

Today's goal: find at least one place that does.
1 day ago
It is not that Bitcoin takes money out of one's country. It is that it gets the country out of their money.
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2 days ago
“Every day that goes by and Bitcoin hasn’t collapsed due to legal or technical problems, that brings new information to the market. It increases the chances of Bitcoin’s eventual success and justifies a higher price.” - Hal Finney
4 days ago
Technology lawyer Addison Cameron-Huff launched his new, Toronto-based, all-crypto legal firm on Bitcoin’s 10th anniversary. #Bitcoin #Law
4 days ago
The TCP/IP protocol from 1975 that some said wouldn’t be able to download anything meaningful is the same TCP/IP that powers our web today.

Open source protocols get better over time by nature of them being in existence around smart, ambitious people.
1 year ago
Yes but you can do an unlimited number of cheap transactions on lightning before closing a channel.
4 years ago
Opinion: Bitcoin May Be What Gets Us Real Net Neutrality | WIRED
4 years ago
SilentVault's Anonymous Bitcoin Multi-Asset Wallet & Exchange Platform Welcomes New Operations Lead Seamus O'Pearse
4 years ago
A must read - Why Central Banks Will Race to Adopt the Blockchain Via @monetasnet
4 years ago
Hello again Twitter. I've missed you!
4 years ago
Master Card urges Australian regulators to move against the pseudonymity of #Bitcoin