Pay me in Bitcoin: New York’s mayor Eric Adams gets his paychecks in BTC
November 8, 2021
Many Bitcoiners have pointed it out in the past. To make the global revolution happening one needs to demand to be paid directly in Bitcoin. It appears that in Miami the first politician is making a move towards the new global currency and is asking to receive his next paycheck in Bitcoin. Why is this happening, why is the mayor of New York following this example and how is this announcement important for the global market?
Happy Birthday: The Bitcoin Whitepaper is 13 years old
November 1, 2021
The Bitcoin network started on January 3 2009 with the so-called Genesis block. But before the ingenious invention was set in motion a notable event happened a few months prior. The Bitcoin whitepaper was published on October 31th 2008 and was outlining the ideas of the anonymous inventor Satoshi Nakamoto.
Hammer time: German law enforcement is auctioning 215 Bitcoin
October 25, 2021
German law enforcement just got their hands on 215 BTC that has been seized and is now auctioned. How did the district attorney get the coins? Where can you participate in the auction, and why is it still a better idea to buy your Bitcoin on the market?
China bans crypto – Here is why this isn’t a problem at all
September 27, 2021
The Chinese government repeatedly banned cryptocurrencies and related activities over the last seven years. What happened, and why isn’t this a problem for Bitcoin or crypto in a broader sense?
Buying the Dip: El Salvador holds 700 Bitcoin
September 20, 2021
The market hasn’t been playing out as many investors had hoped for September. Bitcoin is still in a range after being rejected from 50.000 US-Dollars and is testing the lows of this range again. However, there is one place in this world where at least the government is not afraid of the possibility that the Bitcoin price might fall even lower..
Cuba is regulating cryptos – Is this the next country to adopt Bitcoin?
August 31, 2021
El Salvador is the first country in the world to recognise Bitcoin as legal tender alongside the US-Dollar. When president Bukele announced this in June 2021, the whole Bitcoin community was more than excited. Now another country seems to take a step towards crypto adoption. But is this the case, or why is Cuba regulating cryptos?
The hash rate is still down – But the Bitcoin network remains rock solid
June 30, 2021
Chinese regulators are shutting down mining operations throughout the country. The hash rate has dropped drastically and many people are concerned that Bitcoin could face a crisis that could not only affect the market, but also the Bitcoin network itself. Today we are going took a look why all these things are important, but are not affecting the functioning of the network itself.
Chinas Bitcoin mining ban is a good thing, here is why
June 23, 2021
In the past 7 years China has banned Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies several times. Most of the time the market reacted heavily, but recovered later not necessarily because a ban was lifted, but the bad news simply dissolved. Why is China banning Bitcoin and this time specifically Bitcoin mining? And how do you even ban the same thing more than one time? In today’s article we are going to take a closer look at recent events and why they are not bad at all.