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.
What’s Bitcoin Escrow?
Bitcoin escrow is a service that ensures the security of transactions involving bitcoin. In a typical escrow arrangement, a trusted third party … Read more
Bitcoin Education Initiatives in Africa
As the adoption of bitcoin continues to grow worldwide, Africa has emerged as a vibrant and dynamic hub for bitcoin users and … Read more
What’s Non-KYC Exchange and Why It’s Important
A no KYC exchange is a bitcoin exchange that does not impose Know Your Customer (KYC) rules. KYC is a regulatory process … Read more
We only got into Bitcoin last week
How much bitcoin do you have? I keep meeting people who are eager to tell me when they became “into crypto,” or … Read more
Beginners’ Guide on How to Save On Bitcoin Transaction Fees
Bitcoin is a digital currency that operates on a decentralized network known as the blockchain. To send bitcoin from one address to … Read more
How to Pay With Bitcoin at Pick N Pay Stores in South Africa
Starting from 2022, Pick n Pay, the retail giant in South Africa, has enabled its customers to make payments using bitcoin across … Read more
What’s a Bitcoin Circular Economy?
A bitcoin circular economy is a decentralized marketplace (often referred to as “Bitcoin Zones”), where individuals can exchange goods and services for … Read more
What’s the Lightning Address?
A Lightning Address protocol is a new method of sending and receiving bitcoin payments that aims to make the process as simple … Read more
What’s P2P Exchange?
A P2P (peer-to-peer) Bitcoin exchange is a decentralized platform that allows you to buy and sell bitcoin directly with one another without … Read more
What’s The Mempool?
A mempool (short for “memory pool”) is a crucial component of a blockchain network, where unconfirmed transactions are stored after they are … 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