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Devoting Myself to Bitcoin

If you’re like me, you’ve been fascinated by Bitcoin since you first heard about it. The idea of a decentralized, digital currency that could revolutionize the way we transact and store value was too good to be true. After years of research and experimentation, I’ve decided to dedicate my life to Bitcoin.

I’ve been investing in Bitcoin since its early days, and I’ve seen firsthand how it has changed the way people think about money. Bitcoin has the potential to revolutionize the global financial system, and I want to be part of that revolution. I’m passionate about the technology behind Bitcoin, and I’m excited to see how it will continue to evolve.

I’ve also been working to educate others about Bitcoin. I’ve been speaking at conferences and writing articles to help people understand the technology and its potential. I’m also working on projects to make it easier for people to use Bitcoin. I’m passionate about making Bitcoin accessible to everyone, and I’m committed to helping people understand how to use it safely and securely.

I’m also committed to helping the Bitcoin community grow. I’m involved in several Bitcoin-related projects, and I’m always looking for ways to help the community become more vibrant and successful. I’m passionate about helping to create a more open and transparent financial system, and I believe that Bitcoin is the key to achieving that goal.

I’m excited to see what the future holds for Bitcoin. I’m confident that it will continue to revolutionize the way we transact and store value, and I’m dedicated to helping make that happen. I’m passionate about Bitcoin, and I’m committed to dedicating my life to it.

9 thoughts on “Devoting Myself to Bitcoin”

  1. I started buying and learning about btc in 2017. I bought and sold many times, bought alt coins and ICO’s — did all sorts of stupid shit.

    I wouldn’t trade all the learning and mistakes I made the past 5 years for anything, without that, I wouldn’t have the understanding I have now.

    There are a few “ah-ha” moments we all have when learning about btc, blockchain, smart contracts, etc.

    Different levels of understanding.

    Eventually we all learn to make it easy on ourselves and just accumulate btc.

    See you at the top, friend.

  2. Jack Dorsey said it best

    “I don’t think there is anything more important in my lifetime to work on than bitcoin”

    Bitcoin is not an investment, no one ever sold it to you. It’s an open protocol built upon 40 years of research to fix money by removing trust in humans and released to the world for free. It’s a new monetary system built from the ground up by us, literally random people on the internet voluntarily supporting, securing and developing it. There’s no company, foundation, premine, ICO, VCs, licenses, trademarks, branding or marketing teams, official website, code repo or even a formal specification. Through voluntary adoption, bitcoin is where it is today against all odds, having started from zero 14 years ago.

    Learn how to [run a node](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zturtd/think_bitcoin_is_inevitable_think_again/) and [Lightning node](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zvj4xp/lighting_statistics_of_my_routing_node_6_months/) (very inexpensive to do), then a [home miner](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zzraj0/comment/j2njt2a/) if you can. If you can code, [contribute to development](https://twitter.com/summerofbitcoin/status/1584910670814142465) and get paid through grants and sponsors.

    !lntip 1000 (1 hayek)

  3. My suggestion is to seek employment withing the BTC industry. There are serious careers for passionate bitcoiners, not just programming (communication, projectmanagement, compliance, support, etc.). This is how you can double down on your passion. Good luck


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