h17n

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.

Taproot vs SegWit fees

SegWit vs Taproot: Understanding the Bitcoin Protocol Updates

Two of the most significant upgrades in Bitcoin’s history are SegWit(Segregated Witness) and Taproot. They are two key protocol upgrades that have … Read more
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Bitkey vs Trezor: Which One is Best for You?

Both Trezor and Bitkey are open-source hardware wallets designed to simplify Bitcoin security and securely store your Bitcoin. Both offer distinct features … Read more
Hodl Hodl vs Bisq comparison

Bisq vs Hodl Hodl: Non KYC, P2P Exchange Compared

Both Hodl Hodl and Bisq are non KYC, peer-to-peer (P2P) Bitcoin exchanges, but they cater to different preferences. After thorough research and … Read more
How do I buy Bitcoin in South Africa?

How to Buy Bitcoin in South Africa

Are you interested in buying Bitcoin in South Africa, but unsure where to start? You’re not alone. As the popularity of Bitcoin … Read more
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What’s Coin Control?

As a seasoned Bitcoin enthusiast, I’ve come to appreciate the various tools and features that enhance the user experience and provide greater … Read more
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What is Child-Pays-For-Parent (CPFP)?

As a seasoned user of Child-Pays-For-Parent (CPFP), I’m excited to share my knowledge and experience. In this article, I’ll delve into the … Read more

Bringin’ Bitcoin to Everyday Use

Experience review of Bitcoin payment service “Bringin” One decisive question many people have when introduced to Bitcoin is: “Alright, can I buy … Read more
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Map of Bitcoin Mining in Africa

Bitcoin Miners in Africa The map below visualizes the landscape of Bitcoin mining across Africa. Click the marker icons to discover details … Read more
BlueWallet vs Electrum

BlueWallet vs Electrum

Electrum and BlueWallet are Bitcoin-only wallets that are each made for distinct user preferences, experience, and requirements. While BlueWallet offers a desktop … Read more
Is xPub safe?

What is xPub?

Managing multiple addresses for a single Bitcoin wallet can be cumbersome. The Extended Public Key, or xPub for short, is a cryptographic … Read more

Bitcoin Inspiration

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

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