I’ve put 5% of each paycheck into bitcoin for the last 3 years.

I've used BitWage for the past 3 years to automatically get 5% of each paycheck (I'm paid weekly) in Bitcoin. During this time I've found 0 need to use my Coinbase, Circle, or Gemini accounts as now I just received bitcoins to my designated wallet the same manner I receive dollars to my checking from each paycheck. I designated a higher percentage of each check to my 401k and RothIRA and regular savings account, so Bitcoin isn't the only investment I have.

IMHO earning Bitcoin > buying bitcoin (even though I guess I'm still buying bitcoin by direct depositing dollars to bitwage and them converting to Bitcoin for me). Hodl on.

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Chatting to a taxi driver last night who tells me he has to pay £120 per week to be able to take card payments in his taxi. We then had to spend a couple of minutes manually typing the numbers into the machine. If only there were a quicker means of payment with lower costs of transacting 🤔

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Max Keiser: “If every French person converted 20% of their bank deposits into #Bitcoin (and got a Bitcoin debit card to use for day-2-day stuff), French banks and the government would collapse and a lot of bloodshed could be avoided.”

Max Keiser: "If every French person converted 20% of their bank deposits into #Bitcoin (and got a Bitcoin debit card to use for day-2-day stuff), French banks and the government would collapse and a lot of bloodshed could be avoided." submitted by /u/herrduarte
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