If you haven’t already guessed by now, I am a fan of BTC; the hardest money ever created it’s given me renewed hope that I can still salvage myself from this shit show of a country, economic system and education system all designed to keep you on the hamster wheel chasing your water droplets and protein pills and feeding you myths of opportunity to keep you going.
As you can tell, I place a lot of hope on this one, and I’m riding it to zero or to the moon. BTC could be the instrument of our liberation and is the only way I know how to protest against all I disagree with within the current system peacefully.
To paraphrase the legendary humanitarian Borat, I say.
BTC, greatest currency in the world, all other currencies are run by little girls.
Acquiring freedom coins
Acquiring these freedom-loving digital coins is a new hobby of mine, as I plot a course to becoming a 1 coiner. The vast majority of the BTC I own I traded in filthy fiat and got some BTC instead, but I’ve also earned BTC through the various site or odd jobs online.
I can tell you Bitcoin bought is sweet, and Bitcoin earned is sweeter, but Bitcoin burned is the sweetest treat of all.
So what do I mean by Bitcoin burned?
Unfortunately, in a decentralised world with poor UI, very bad education and normies being what normies are, they’ll fuck it up the first few times they use BTC or any of the ways we interact with the chain.
Each year Bitcoin is lost through negligence and stupidity, and these selfless unsung heroes who do this only serve to remove BTC from circulation and make the BTC we own even more valuable.
These unwatchful guardians, these silent protectors of my BTC value, these dark knights, I salute you. Your loss is all of ours gain, your valuable donation to the community drives us on, and in a world where nominal BTC is lost, the value is only shared among fewer BTC.
If you ever wanted to donate to the cause or hate BTC and want to bring us down, buy ALL THE BTC you can and send it to these burners addresses
Even if you lost it, you still have a piece of it
Yes, I know I’m making light of a painful experience; losing any amount of BTC can be horrific, but all you’re doing is moving the value to new BTC. It’s all part of the ecosystem and why a fixed supply of money seems like such a weird concept to people.
I, for one, spread my coins across multiple addresses, and some are in more secure places than others, so I have no single point of failure. Taking ownership of your money is hard; it takes time; you may also be burned by expensive lessons but don’t let that put you off, owning, burning or earning BTC.
It’s an ecosystem that never stops giving!