All I want for Cryptmas is… BCH
Don’t know what to get for your loved ones this year? Be bold, and surprise your friends and family with an immutable, decentralised and censorship resistant gift. Did you guess? Yes, a bit of crypto is all they want from you for xmas (and some fresh backed cookies). In addition, when sitting by the chimney, take the time to teach them about crypto wallets and private key management, they will thank you in the long run.
Read more: How to buy BTC or BCH in the BTC.com Wallet
Since crypto never sleeps, why should we?
When dabbling with crypto we tend to have a common bad habit, we stay connected, ALL the time.
You wake up, check the market, refresh your Twitter feed, like, read the latest crypto news, tweet, watch Ivan on Tech’s latest episode, read the top r/btc posts, upvote, listen to the latest Humans of Bitcoin podcast, retweet and repeat.
So maybe, as a NYE resolution, you could attempt to diminish your screen time, and try muting some of those telegram channels?
Trust in traditional charities is decreasing. By now, you’ve heard too many stories of mismanaged funds, and you don’t trust these entities to spend your money efficiently.
With a public immutable blockchain and instant payments, BCH is a wonderful way for international charities to receive donations. They can keep track of their donations, and you can check when and how your donations are spent.
Learn more about eatBCH and how your donations can change lives in Venezuela or South Sudan today.
Genesis Block Day — Happy 10 year anniversary Bitcoin
On the 3rd of January 2019, we will celebrate 10 years since Satoshi Nakamoto mined the first bitcoin block: the Genesis Block. How will you celebrate?
Early Bitcoin promoter, Trace Mayer is inspiring the community to withdraw their Bitcoins out of exchanges and third-party wallets on Genesis Block Day.
“I want to start a new cultural tradition where we declare and re-declare our monetary sovereignty every Jan. 3 as a celebration of the Genesis Block” Trace Mayer