I’ve translated Bitcoin.org into my native language entirely. So happy to do something for the community

After 2 months of work, I managed to translate Bitcoin.org to my native language – Serbian.

I managed to take over the translation which was not actively maintained (last cordinator activity was 4 years ago) and take it from 5-10% and the last activity from 100% in few weeks.

I know it's not a big deal for most, but it is for me.

I know that there were some contraversial things about bitcoin.org lately, and I am sure some people will post some comments, but I am just happy that I am able to give back to the community. Bitcoin.org helped me learn and I hope that the translation will help people who speak or understand Serbian (12 million people).

If you speak Serbian feel free to review it, report mistakes and help me improve it.

Link https://bitcoin.org/sr/

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Bitcoin – The Currency of the Internet

“My bit gold design in 1998 was 2-layer: bit gold for settlement, Chaumian e-cash for a privacy-enhanced payments layer. I’ve always thought of Bitcoin as evolving into a settlements-and-large-payments layer that in the long term needed a layer 2 for consumer payments.” -Nick Szabo

"My bit gold design in 1998 was 2-layer: bit gold for settlement, Chaumian e-cash for a privacy-enhanced payments layer. I've always thought of Bitcoin as evolving into a settlements-and-large-payments layer that in the long term needed a layer 2 for consumer payments." -Nick Szabo submitted by /u/norrinsyra_
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I’ve been in Bitcoin since Feb 2013: Why does each BTC transaction I send still feel amazing? It’s like I’m witnessing a marvel.

To this date (unless I'm really busy), whenever I send a BTC tx I'm always fascinated with what the mempool looks like at that time, which fee I sent the tx at, and that first confirmation is always "magic" to me.

I know it's cheesy as hell, but sending a BTC tx feels like I'm accomplishing something small yet great every single time. I hope it never gets old 🙂

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So far I’ve made 42 transactions on Lightning Network, and it has cost me 600 sat (channel open) and about 120 sat in routing fees. total of 720 sat, or 4.9 cents. Virtually no other alt-coin can compete with these costs.

So far I've made 42 transactions on Lightning Network, and it has cost me 600 sat (channel open) and about 120 sat in routing fees. total of 720 sat, or 4.9 cents. Virtually no other alt-coin can compete with these costs. submitted by /u/Legitinternetguy
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