Listening to bitcoin newbies asking their questions on CH, I get the impression that they think we never made mistakes along the way.

You basically have to make mistakes while you learn how to Bitcoin.

Embrace it and start the process. Learn by doing.

You don't have to go newcoiner zero to full bitcoiner hero all in one go.

You're allowed to take small baby steps and learn along the way.

e.g. if your coins are on exchange and you're scared about self custody, try a small amount on a phone wallet to get comfortable.

Dollar Cost Average into Bitcoin
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This started as an idea for a weekly microblog series and scope crept into a side project. Recently I’ve had more casual observers asking me how to buy BTC. I turned my notes into this small Hugo site. Rates will be updated every Saturday.

Sharing with the fediverse first, please provide feedback!

@harding ALL CAPS bitcoin social trend is related to some wallets not handling bech32 addresses properly according to case sensitivity spec

The Nevada Innovation Zones proposal seems highly targeted at Blockchains LLC “Ethereum City” project, whose weird ads were plastered everywhere in Prague during the Devcon IV conf

Haven’t heard about it since, but they must be going forward with the idea

medium.com/token-news/blockcha

Decoding The “Bitcoin Full Node Sculpture,” A Cypherpunk Chronometer.

"The Bitcoin Full Node Sculpture is a cypherpunk chronometer, designed to work as a fully-functioning bitcoin full node and block explorer."

Written by @FractalEncrypt.

bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/d

If you’re a developer in 2021 and you’re adding tracking devices from Google, Facebook, etc., to your sites and apps, the one thing you can’t do any longer is to feign innocence. You know exactly what you’re doing and you’re complicit in perpetuating surveillance capitalism.

Bold stance:

If you're running a successful business that's built on top of open-source software and you're neither contributing code to these projects nor donating money to them, you're not only a freeloader, you're actually harmful to the entire movement.

You should take an interest in the sustainability of these projects as they ensure the likelihood of your own success and future.

Every bitcoiner should familiarize themselves with jq. Such a handy tool for so many situations. (considering the ubiquity of json)

@staciewaleyko I was able to migrate everything except previous toots (they're easy to download though). It's still early enough for that to not bother me, and I wouldn't want to spam everyone with those again anyway.

In 2020 on average, ~ $75 worth of #bitcoin payments occurred per kWh, about 750x the average electrical energy cost of $0.10/kWh. Bitcoin doesn't waste energy, it uses it incredibly economically efficiently. @bitcoinmagazine [bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/i]

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