Why The ‘Jacquerie Rebellion’ Scares French Bankers To Death

The Jacquerie Rebellion

This article was originally published by Austin Litman on Proofofwork.ca During the 1300s, England and France did not get along. There were hundreds of years of war, and some called it “The Hundred Years War.” The elites were getting arrogant and did not view peasants as people anymore. Peasants were being forced to defend against […]

Alameda Received Over $36 Billion USDT From Tether

SBF Tether Scandal

This article was originally published by Dirty Bubble Media on Substack Fraud, money laundering, and corruption on a global scale, yet regulators seem asleep at the wheel. This has happened before… “History never repeats itself, but it does often rhyme.” As the FTX-Alameda criminal enterprise continues to unwind, onlookers have been treated to an ever-more-shocking […]

Argentina’s Mendoza Province Accepts Bitcoin For Tax Payments

Mendoza Argentina Bitcoin Tax

The Argentinian western central province Mendoza has announced it will accept Bitcoin payments as a medium for tax and governmental obligations. Nowadays, when it comes to bounding in shiny modernization lights, we can see those proud governors juxtaposing the flashy Bitcoin in their financial regulations, making sure to carry a sporty medal of honor for […]

Pacific Bitcoin Insider 2022: Top Takeaways From Day 2 Of Pacific Bitcoin

Pacific Bitcoin Michael Saylor Cory Klippsten

While the rest of the “crypto” space was under fire, learning another lesson about self-custody and the downfall of centralization, Bitcoiners were having the time of their life at Pacific Bitcoin. Bitcoiners were learning new ways to save more, grow our stacks, protect our wealth, and have a rip-roaring good time. If you haven’t done […]

Bitcoin’s Wild Side – Honeybadger Doesn’t Care

The Honeybadger Bitcoin

From a very young age, I was fascinated by wild animals. While other kids my age watched cartoons and sports, I always loved shows about wildlife. These days, I spend most of my time studying Bitcoin, but I still draw from early learnings about nature. This helped me make some links between Bitcoin and my […]

How To Protect Your Wealth During Record High 10.1% Inflation

Dominik Frisby Bitcoin

This article was originally published by Dominic Frisby on MoneyWeek Inflation in the UK has just hit 10.1%, says the Office for National Statistics.  That is five times the Bank of England’s stated target of 2%.  FIVE TIMES!  Sorry to shout.  The joy of the public sector is that you can be this bad at […]

Ethereum And The Art of Scamming 

Art Of Scamming Vitalik

Scams are only sometimes so blatantly obvious; as a matter of fact, most people tend to fall for them. About 44% of people from ages 20 to 29 lose money to fraud, but there is some good news! Only about 20% of people aged 70 to 79 fall victim to scams. As Oscar Wilde once […]

Pacific Bitcoin Announces Exclusive Art Exhibition And Auction

bob ross bitcoin art auction

The Pacific Bitcoin conference in Los Angeles has just announced its partnership with Bitcoin auction platform Scarce.City. In a collaborative effort, bitcoin artworks will be displayed at the event and auctioned thereafter. The auction will start on Thursday 10th November at 10am pacific time, bids can only be placed with Bitcoin. Pacific Bitcoin is the […]

FTX’ed: The Tangled Ties Of Celsius Network and Sam Bankman-Fried

SBF FTX Celsius

This article was originally published by Dirty Bubble Media on Substack Sam Bankman-Fried has gotten a lot of press lately. A former trader turned crypto mogul, he owns both one of the largest crypto exchanges, FTX, as well as one of the largest crypto trading firms, Alameda Research. FTX spent millions in the past several […]

Nigerians Want Bitcoin, Not eNaira

Nigerians want Bitcoin

A year after Nigeria launched its CBDC shitcoin, only less than 0.5% of Nigerians are using it according to a Bloomberg report. The Government of Nigeria launched its Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) dubbed the eNaira in 2021. One year later, the results are in. At only a 0.5% adoption rate, the eNaira is failing. […]