Bitcoin Versus The People’s Ledger
Bitcoin Versus

Bitcoin Versus The People’s Ledger

Rumblings from the belly of the Washington beast are being heard in the bitcoin world. President Joe Biden has generated tremendous controversy by nominating Saule Omarova to head the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). Brian Brooks showed in 2020 how the OCC can be a powerful force on the regulated side of…

Bitcoin Versus Sats Denomination: YOU WILL WANT TO Both?
Bitcoin Versus

Bitcoin Versus Sats Denomination: YOU WILL WANT TO Both?

Bitcoin is divisible down to the eighth decimal place. These subunits are called “satoshis” or just “sats.” One satoshi is 0.00000001 btc. Unfortunately this is impossible to read for small sat values. And as time goes on, we all expect bitcoin to keep appreciating to the point where smaller sat-denominated transactions will become the norm.…

Fiat-to-Crypto Versus Crypto-to-Crypto: How IN THE EVENT YOU Trade?
Fiat-to-crypto Versus

Fiat-to-Crypto Versus Crypto-to-Crypto: How IN THE EVENT YOU Trade?

Source: AdobeStock / GorodenkoffAs the crypto markets continue on their bullish course, astute traders are taking advantage of market movements to generate crypto trading profits. But what is the best way to trade crypto? Join us as we explore the fundamentals of fiat-to-crypto and crypto-to-crypto trading – and discuss which one may be the most…

Plebs Versus Patricians Inside Ancient Rome  SO WHAT CAN Bitcoiners Learn?
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Plebs Versus Patricians Inside Ancient Rome SO WHAT CAN Bitcoiners Learn?

In this memo, I look into the original plebs — the plebeian class of ancient Rome. The bitcoin plebs are the solid core of the community, and the bitcoin rabbit hole has encouraged all of us to read history with fresh eyes. So I became curious — who were the plebeians, and are there lessons…

Bitcoin Versus The Great Financial Bubbles Of The Past
Bitcoin Versus

Bitcoin Versus The Great Financial Bubbles Of The Past

In times of extreme fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD), Bitcoiners need FUD-busting.In 1710, almost a decade before the South Sea Bubble in England and the Mississippi Bubble in France, the essayist and author Jonathan Swift wrote the following iconic lines, echoed by many of history’s most famous writers, about truth and lies and their effects:“……