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Helllloooooo Bitcoiners! Happy Sunday!

I hope you have been stacking those Sats hard this last week!

This week, we posted 6 new articles, here is a brief rundown of them all:

We started off the week with a rundown of the 5 best options for Lightning Network Node machines, including how to build your own DIY machine. We also discussed why having a Lightning Node is a great idea for those wanting to take that next step in their Bitcoin journey.

Node Runner: Top 5 Lightning Network Node Machines
The Lightning Network has emerged as a breakthrough solution to the scaling issues faced by the Bitcoin blockchain. Acting as a second layer on top of the Bitcoin network, the Lightning Network enables fast, low-cost, and increased private transactions. For those wanting to take the next step in th…

Following this, we looked into Bitcoin mining. Explaining what it is and why is a core aspect of the Bitcoin network.

Bitcoin Mining: How It Works & Why It Matters
In today’s digital age, Bitcoin stands out as the pioneer and most well-known digital currency. One of the most important aspects of Bitcoin is the process of mining, which is integral to its security and functionality. Today’s BitByte article will delve into the intricacies of Bitcoin mining, expl…

On Wednesday, we jumped back into the time machine, to 2013, and had a look at 13 of the most significant Bitcoin events to happen each year after to 2023.

A Look Back In Time: 13 Significant Bitcoin Events From 2013
The year 2013 was a turning point for Bitcoin, as it transitioned from a relatively obscure digital currency to a global phenomenon that attracted mainstream attention. A series of significant events and milestones marked this pivotal year, setting the stage for the rapid growth and widespread adop…

Then, we discussed Bitcoin's biggest secret - Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious creator, who has never been identified and has never touched his multi-billion dollar Bitcoin fortune.

Bitcoin’s Best-Kept Secret: Its Creator, Satoshi Nakamoto
Over the years, Bitcoin has transitioned from a niche technological experiment into a global financial phenomenon. As the world’s first digital currency, it has garnered immense attention, and its value has skyrocketed since its inception in 2009. Despite Bitcoin’s increasing prominence, the true i…

On Thursday, we took a deep-dive into Watchtowers. Covering what they are, what they do, and why they are so essential for the continued security and privacy of the Lightning Network.

Understanding Watchtowers: Boosting Security and Trust in the Lightning Network
The Lightning Network is an off-chain scaling solution for Bitcoin, designed to increase the number of transactions per second (TPS) and enable micro-transactions without congesting the main blockchain. As the adoption of Bitcoin and the Lightning Network continues to grow, so does the need for rob…

Then, to finish off this week, we took it back to the basics and gave those new to Bitcoin a comprehensive guide to buying their first Bitcoin.

Losing Your B-Card: Buying Your First Bitcoin
Entering the world of Bitcoin can be both exciting and daunting for newcomers. With the increasing popularity and mainstream adoption of Bitcoin, more people are looking to invest or use it as a digital alternative to traditional currencies. If you’re considering buying your first Bitcoin, this comp…


Hope you enjoyed the 6 BitByte articles from the past week. Be sure to check tomorrow's BitByte article - it will be about Bitcoin Podcasts!

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