I've reached a critical mass of savings (500k bits). Now I need to deploy this capital.
I love Bitcoin to death, idealogically. But looking at the details of actually mining is humbling af.
I've scantily done some research on quick and easy plug n play guides for how to mine. It's been pretty bad. They all start w what mining is, idealogically. I get that part! Now I need the technical/practic...
"Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared."
Influenced by this buddhist expression, I have tapped into the infinite source of happiness that can come from sharing one's gifts with the World**!
The Charity I tithe w my energy to (transitively thru donations) is DeWorm the World.
Culture is EXTREMELY important. Obviously.
Culture is the reason many users/contributors provide when answering "Why BCH?"
It's a culture of voluntary transactions, which is proven to facilitate peace!
It's gotten me to the point of, can cults be good? Is there a good dogma?
If someone dogmatically follows the NAP is that a good thing?
I think it is great as a placeholder program, until ...
Joe Rogan for me. Plain and simple.
This ripped open the gaping Bitcoin Rabbit Hole. Then Andreas Antonopolous pushed me down it.
And noteworthy that the College of William & Mary's Students For Liberty chapter lubed me up for the underlying ideology.