Starting from the premise of hyperbitcoinization, at h17n we want to raise awareness about this evolutionary process of Bitcoin, showing its innovation and social application. We do this by highlighting different projects around the world, for which our initial focus is on projects in the global south, such as Africa, Asia and South America.
We have started this project in November 2022. We are determined to bring this awareness and are going to publish a lot of different information and material on this topic.
Currently, we are a team of three persons with extensive experience, knowledge and networks in the Bitcoin community. As developers, users, investors and propagandists. Mostly friendly, but toxic at times. Also, we have been online content creators for more than 20 years now, and are always on the lookout for new frontiers to cross. We are Bitcoin-only maximalists, journalists, scientific researchers and activists.
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i18n l10n g11n h17n
h17n is a numeronym, where 17 stands for the letters between the first H and the last N in the word hyperbitcoinization. The first numeronym was probably i18n, internationalization, coined decades ago.
Similarly a16z is numeronym for the Andreessen Horowitz venture capital firm. As it happens, this company funded some great software companies that have been eating the world for over a decade. But unfortunately a16z is also into heavy shitcoinery, taking part in pre-sales of useless tokens that are shilled to hapless retail investors.
We see that Bitcoin is eating the world. This bright orange future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed.
Meanwhile, we are also not just looking at the world through ~~pink~~ orange colored glasses. H17n is inevitable, but it may not be inevitable this century.
Bitcoin does not fix everything
Bitcoin fixes this, where “this” will probably refer to a long list of issues. But it will not fix everything.
And we want to keep reaching out to people who have not been orange pilled yet, who may feel that they are too late to the party.