1. Bitcoiners Are Not Toxic — They Have Integrity
My most read article to date. It explains the issue of why bitcoiners seem hostile towards people suggesting they can ‘fix’ Bitcoin.
Bitcoiners are Not Toxic — They Have Integrity.
The difference between “toxicity” and “integrity” is in the eye of the beholder and says more about the beholder than…
2. Rich or Poor, Bitcoiners Have What Money Can’t Buy
A short, four minute read, explaining how becoming a bitcoiner is a process that leads to self esteem, intelligence, friendship and more of the things that money can’t buy.
Rich or Poor, Bitcoiners Have What Money Can’t Buy.
The process of becoming a Bitcoiner is a journey through which you also obtain many of the things money can’t buy.
3. Don’t Tell Me There Are No Heroes in Bitcoin
Bitcoin is a movement that calls upon people to do heroic things. This article puts the term ‘heroic’ in the right context for Bitcoin and describes those in its history that have been heroic.
Don’t Tell Me There Are No Heroes In Bitcoin
Look closely and you’ll see a long history of heroes in Bitcoin’s relatively short history.
4. Bitcoin is a Test
Bitcoiners must pass many tests, with Bitcoin itself as the teacher and tester. What it teaches you about is not itself, but something far more important.
5. If You Love Freedom, The Earth and the Environment, Consider Becoming a Bitcoiner
There is no contradiction between loving freedom and all life and Bitcoin shows how to resolve the illusion of conflict between them created by our current systems.
If You Love Freedom, the Earth and the Environment, Consider Becoming a Bitcoiner
Bitcoin is the Most Misunderstood Phenomenon in the World Today, Yet Studying It Convinces People It Can Fix So Much
6. Bitcoin Taught Me How To Teach
They say “Bitcoin changes you.” It changed me. Here’s how.
Bitcoin Taught Me How to Teach
My story of how Bitcoin changed me into a teacher and what I learned along the way about what it means to be a teacher.
7. The Bitcoin Rule: Do Unto Others and Be Done Unto By Them Only By Mutual Agreement
Bitcoiners live life by a moral code that Bitcoin makes practical to live by! I call this code “The Bitcoin Rule”
The Bitcoin Rule: Do Unto Others and Be Done Unto By Them Only By Mutual Agreement
A moral code for the ages, named after an instrument that makes this code possible
8. Bitcoin Is a Declaration of Peace!
The end of wars lies ahead. It starts with one side declaring peace after insulating themselves from war.
Bitcoin Is a Declaration of Peace
I’m unilaterally declaring peace on you and there’s nothing you can do to stop me!
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Sound Money and Sound Art — The Common Denominator is Integrity
It’s not just Bitcoin that bitcoiners preserve. Uncompromising integrity in art means something to them too.