Bitcoin is the first globally decentralised money with permissionless access; it’s carried worldwide via the internet and reaches people from all walks of life. I am always fascinated to see how this grassroots movement expands across the globe as bitcoiners begin to merge their love for bitcoin with their talent, skill, and business acumen.
Sure, a lot of the media coverage around bitcoin is either about the price or startups trying to scale bitcoin in some way, shape, or form, but there are so many other stories of hard-working bitcoiners just hashing away.
We’ve seen many accounts of home miners using their bitcoin miners to heat their homes, keep their hot tub toasty, and now bitcoin horticulture is starting to gain traction.
Bitcoin getting green thumbs
Le Caveau à Légumes is a Canadian strawberry farm in Neuville, Quebec. The farm has been using the excess heat produced by bitcoin miners to fight off frost and protect their strawberries from dying since 2018. At the same time, Sweden-based large-scale mining company Genesis Mining began a project to recycle the heat into greenhouses for growing veggies.
Now dutch florist Bitcoin Bloem is using excess heat from their bitcoin miner to maintain their flowers.
Buying from Bitcoin Bloem
If you’d like to spend some sats on an arrangement or want to support a bitcoin business you can order from them online.
You can choose from 3 options:
- Red pill
- Blue pill
- White rabbit
Donating a bouquet of sats
If you’re not based in the Netherlands to take delivery of your bitcoin bouquet, you can also donate your purchase to a charitable cause. Choose from delivery to ill children or a nursing home, support a bitcoin business, share some smiles and brighten up someone’s day.
Alternatively, you can spend filthy fiat on some flowers.
Bitcoin Bloem deliveries
About Bitcoin Bloem
If you’d like to support Bitcoin Bloem or simply want to learn more about what they’re getting up to, check out their website or Twitter account.