Pierre Poilievre brings Bitcoin to Canada – Bitcoin Magazine

Pierre Poilievre brings Bitcoin to Canada – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion op-ed by Jesse Willms, a Canadian Bitcoin reporter. With a stunning victory, Pierre Poilievre received 68% of the first votes to become the leader of the Canadian Conservative Party, becoming the first outspoken Bitcoiner to do so. “The victory not only exceeded the rosiest expectations of the Poilievre campaign, but – … Read more

Where do you go to start learning about Bitcoin? – Bitcoin magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Peter Conley, a product advocate at Vercel. How does anyone get to know Bitcoin? This is the 21 million coin question. Learning about Bitcoin can be confusing. There is Like this a lot of content out there, content of all kinds: books, online courses, YouTube videos, podcasts, tweets, medium … Read more

Bitcoin Limits Influence on South America – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Vinicio Piscinia bitcoin mob. Despite the great growth potential of Latin American countries, such as Brazil, Argentina, Chile and even Paraguay, external influences contribute to the stagnation and intentional economic decline of these countries. We can affirm that the international protagonism that this potential would provide in normal times … Read more

Where do you go to start learning about Bitcoin? – Bitcoin magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Peter Conley, a product advocate at Vercel. How does anyone get to know Bitcoin? This is the 21 million coin question. Learning about Bitcoin can be confusing. There is Like this a lot of content out there, content of all kinds: books, online courses, YouTube videos, podcasts, tweets, medium … Read more

Trick your brain to stop thinking too much

Hyperthinkers are people who are buried in their own obsessive thoughts. Imagine yourself in a large maze where each turn leads to an even deeper and more intricate tangle of catastrophic and distressing events – this is what it feels like when they think about the problems they face. Everyone thinks too much about their … Read more

Why I quit my job for Bitcoin – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Eric Podwojski, Bitcoin Magazine account manager. Introduction December 2019 – I was sitting in my manager’s office and preparing to have a discussion about a possible promotion, year-end bonus and salary increase. At the time, I was nearly two years out of college in my first high-paying job after … Read more

Why I quit my job for Bitcoin – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Eric Podwojski, Bitcoin Magazine account manager. Introduction December 2019 – I was sitting in my manager’s office and preparing to have a discussion about a possible promotion, year-end bonus and salary increase. At the time, I was nearly two years out of college in my first high-paying job after … Read more

The all-important journey to Bitcoin self-custody – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Mark Maraia, entrepreneur, author of “Rainmaking Made Simple” and co-author of the Declaration of Monetary Independence, and Casey Carrillo, associate editor of Bitcoin Magazine. One of the many things that makes bitcoin such an amazing asset is our ability to steal our private keys. This capability is so new … Read more

Should there be a Bitcoin political party? – Bitcoin magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Robert Hall, a content creator and owner of a small business. As political polarization continues to widen, it has become difficult to find one’s ideological home in a political party. In today’s political environment, you have to totally agree with the party. This adherence to dogmatic orthodoxy applies to … Read more

CBDCs Will Lead To Greater Bitcoin Adoption – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Pierre Gildenhuysco-founder of a tech startup for the social environment based in Hong Kong. Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) are actively being developed and discussed in many of the world’s major nations, including 19 from the G20 countries and around 105 more around the world, as Atlantic Council statistics … Read more