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The plant must spring again from its seed, or it will bear no flower.

Percy Bysshe Shelley

# Speaking Freely (3)

# Lightning ändert alles (2)

# Bitcoins Are Not Mined, They Are Issued over Time (5)

# Purple Text, Orange Highlights (1)

# Bitcoin’s Meme Wars (7)

# Lightning Prisms (1)

# A Vision for a Value-Enabled Web (8)

# Bitcoin Is the Rediscovery of Money (9)

# The Other Side of the Coin (2)

# Bitcoin ist… (3)

# Dear Crypto & Fiat Bros (11)

# Bitcoin Is Digital Scarcity (17)

# Cryptography is Not Enough (6)

# The Words We Use In Bitcoin (9)

# Freedom and Privacy (5)

# Inalienable Property Rights (9)

# The Egg of the Phoenix (6)

# The Freedom of Value (11)

# Magic Internet Money (10)

# Moving Towards a Bitcoin Standard (5)

# Implications of Outlawing Bitcoin (13)

# Bitcoin Is An Idea (11)

# The Responsibility of Adopting Bitcoin (7)

# Bitcoin Privacy: Best Practices (7)

# Bitcoin Is Time (27)

# What Is 21ism? (3)

# On Bitcoin’s UX (4)

# True Names Not Required (5)

# The Bitcoin Journey (2)

# Dear Family, Dear Friends (27)

# Dear Bitcoiners (5)

# Dear Legacy People (2)

# Bitcoin’s Habitats (4)

# Bitcoin’s Eternal Struggle (6)

# Bitcoin Boots on the Ground: Venezuela (2)

# How to Kill Bitcoin (5)

# The Rise of the Sovereign Individual (7)

# Proof of Life (9)

# The World is Waking Up to Bitcoin (3)

# Bitcoin’s Gravity (10)

# The Magic Dust of Cryptography (4)

# Bitcoin’s Energy Consumption (6)

Book: 21 Lessons [en]

Thank You 🧡

At least 125 people were involved in creating more than 348 translations and remixes of my writing. Thank you for providing your time and talent:

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  1. You can use Medium, or Ghost, or Wordpress, or Blogger, or Jekyll, or, or, or one of the thousands of publishing solutions that surely exist. You can also just host a txt file on your web server or something. 


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