Earlier this week a crypto exchange revealed that they are unable to access ~26,500 Bitcoin that were in their possession. That means there are 26,500 less BTC available of the 21M total created. Eventually everyone will understand scarcity.

Earlier this week a crypto exchange revealed that they are unable to access ~26,500 Bitcoin that were in their possession. That means there are 26,500 less BTC available of the 21M total created. Eventually everyone will understand scarcity. submitted by /u/Blockfolio
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Bitcoin – The Currency of the Internet

While everyone is focusing on bitcoin price, very few realized the significance of the bitcoin satellites in orbit, which is a full node and provides access to the bitcoin network *without* the need for internet access. Isn’t this extremely significant? this was neither discussed or emphasized

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Bitcoin – The Currency of the Internet

My reaction when I spend hours explaining to my colleague that bitcoin is valuable because it’s the first piece of digital scarcity, the hardest money, and a global open access decentralised payment system, and he still insists it’s the same as tulip bulbs

My reaction when I spend hours explaining to my colleague that bitcoin is valuable because it’s the first piece of digital scarcity, the hardest money, and a global open access decentralised payment system, and he still insists it’s the same as tulip bulbs submitted by /u/autonova3
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China to Block Access to International Cryptocurrency Exchanges (news.bitcoin.com)

We know you heard this one before, but China wants to ban bitcoin…again. Only this time the government plans to use one of its most far reaching tools, the Great Firewall of China, to completely prevent anyone in the country from reaching foreign exchange sites. Unless they have the technical capability to bypass it, of course.
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