A HYPERBITCOINIZATION GUIDE
h17n stands for Hyperbitcoinization – the process by which bitcoin becomes the default or main means of exchange for transactions. We are spreading information about this process, highlighting the evolutionary process of bitcoin, its technological innovation and social application.
HODL is a slang term in the bitcoin community that originated from a misspelling of the word “hold.” It has since become … Read more
PayJoin (also known as “P2EP” or “Pay-to-EndPoint”) is a privacy-enhancing technique for bitcoin transactions. It is a type of CoinJoin transaction, which … Read more
What’s a Bitcoin Wallet?
Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that has taken the world by storm. Unlike traditional currency, bitcoin is not tied to a … Read more
What’s Air-Gapped Bitcoin Wallet?
A Bitcoin wallet is a digital wallet that is used to store, send, and receive bitcoin. It stores your public and private … Read more
Multisig (short for multi-signature) is a digital signature scheme in which multiple parties sign the same transaction or message. In other words, … Read more
What’s Blocksize War?
The Blocksize War refers to a contentious debate in the Bitcoin community in 2017 over the appropriate block size limit for the … Read more
How to Easily Buy Bitcoin with Your European Bank Account
If your bank account is in Europe and you are looking to buy Bitcoin, there are several services that you can use … Read more
Bitcoin FilmFest 2023 – Warsaw, Poland
The world’s first Bitcoin Film Festival will be held in Warsaw, Poland, from March 24th to March 26th, 2023, to commemorate the … Read more
LNURL is a standard protocol for Lightning Network-based bitcoin payments that enables users to interact with Lightning-enabled services via simple and easy-to-use … Read more
Politicians Supporting Bitcoin Around The World
In recent years, bitcoin has grown in popularity and adoption around the world, drawing the attention of not only investors and entrepreneurs … Read more
Martin Luther published his 95 theses Oct 31, 1517. Satoshi Nakamoto published the Bitcoin whitepaper Oct 31, 2008. The first started a movement that led to the separation of church and state. The latter started a movement that will lead to the separation of money and state. — Anita ⚡?️? Bitcoin for Fairness (@AnitaPosch) October 31, 2022