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Happy Sunday Bitcoiners!

Today marks the conclusion of week 2 for BitByte!

This week, we have had some great educational and useful articles released.

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This week, we posted 6 new articles, here is a short summary of them all:

We started week 2 with a list of 10 Bitcoin Maxis on Twitter, which are a must for any Bitcoiner to follow.

10 Bitcoin Maxis To Follow On Twitter
A Bitcoin Maximalist (Bitcoin Maxi) is a term used to describe someone who is an extreme advocate for Bitcoin and believes that it is the only cryptocurrency worth investing in or using. The below Bitcoin Maxis are known for their unwavering support of Bitcoin and their belief in its superiority

Then, we dove deep into the 59-page Bitcoin Lightning Whitepaper. Exploring its contents and summarizing its main points in easy-to-digest sections.

TLDR: Summarizing The 59-Page Bitcoin Lightning Network Whitepaper
Firstly, If you have the time and want to read the complete Bitcoin Lightning Network Whitepaper, it is a great read for any Bitcoin enthusiast. Here is the link to it: 📑The Bitcoin Lightning Network: Scalable Off-Chain Instant Payments If you aren’t as eager to read the whole 59-pages, or

The next day, we had a look at the top 5 Bitcoin Lightning wallets and their pros, cons, and major differences.

Top 5 Bitcoin Lightning Wallets
If you are new to Bitcoin Lightning and looking for a Lightning-enabled mobile wallet, we’ve got you covered. Below we will go through the top 5 Bitcoin Lightning mobile wallets. All of the below Lightning wallet apps are available on both iOS and Android. 📢There are many great Bitcoin Lightning

On Thursday, we examined the differences between Dollar Cost Averaging and Timing The Market and explored which of these investing strategies is best for your individual goals and skills.

DCA vs Timing The Market - Which Is Best?
Investing in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin has become increasingly popular in recent years, but there are different approaches to investing that can lead to different outcomes. Two of the most common investment strategies are dollar cost averaging (DCA) and timing the market. In this article, we wil…

Following this, we discussed the issues with the current fiat system, and then dove into the fundamental aspects of Bitcoin and how these make Bitcoin the better option for a global currency.

Bitcoin is Better
Bitcoin is a decentralized currency, which means it is not controlled by any central authority, such as a government or a financial institution. Bitcoin transactions are peer-to-peer, and they are recorded on a public ledger known as the blockchain. In today’s Byte, we will explore the reasons why B…

Lastly, to wrap up week 2, we explained why Bitcoin is far superior to fiat and other cryptocurrencies and why it is the only Cryptocurrency you need to own.

Why Bitcoin Is The Only Cryptocurrency You Need To Own
Bitcoin is the world’s first and most well-known cryptocurrency, and it has become a household name in recent years. With the rise of other cryptocurrencies, such as Ethereum and XRP, some may argue that Bitcoin is no longer the best cryptocurrency. However, in today’s byte we will outline the reaso…

And that was week 2 of BitByte! What an incredible week it has been. We have loved the continuous support and engagement from our subscribers, and love hearing what you liked about our articles.

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