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Happy Sunday Bitcoiners!

Today, we conclude our 3rd week here at BitByte!

This week, we have had some top tier articles released & had some new exciting features added to the site.

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

We started this week off with an article I wrote from my growing frustration with the lack of education FUDers have about Bitcoin, the Lightning Network, or just basic blockchain technology.

Explain Like I’m 5: Bitcoin Lightning is Bitcoin
Bitcoin Lightning is a proposed solution to address the slow and expensive nature of Bitcoin transactions. Despite its potential benefits, there is a debate on whether Bitcoin Lightning is part of Bitcoin or not. This post aims to debunk the FUD surrounding Bitcoin Lightning and demonstrate that it…

Then, we did another TLDR article. This time on the Bitcoin Whitepaper, written by Satoshi Nakamoto himself.

TLDR: A Summary Of The Bitcoin Whitepaper
The Bitcoin whitepaper, published by the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008, presents a decentralized system for electronic transactions without the need for a trusted third party. This system, called Bitcoin, uses cryptography to ensure the integrity of transactions and to control the creation o…

On Wednesday, we posted our first ever BitTalk interview with Rimmert, the founder and owner of bitcoinbookstore.io. This article was a ton of fun & there are more BitTalk interviews coming in the future!

BitTalk: An Interview With The Founder Of Bitcoin Bookstore
Bitcoin Bookstore is a very easy to use, and detailed database of Bitcoin related books. If you are eager to expand your Bitcoin knowledge, or are looking for a gift for a Bitcoiner friend, Bitcoin Bookstore is an essential website to check out. In today’s first ever BitTalk, we interview

The next day, we had a look at Bitcoin and Gold, and discussed their differences, and which is better for your specific investing approach.

Bitcoin vs Gold
Over the years, the comparison between Bitcoin and gold has become a hot topic. Both assets are considered stores of value, and their unique characteristics have led to an ongoing debate among investors. This article will delve into a deeper analysis of Bitcoin and gold, exploring their similarities…

On Friday, we took a shot at fiat currency, banking and the current monetary policies in place. Motivated from the growing financial crisis' occurring worldwide at the moment, and specifically the multiple bank runs currently happening in the US.

Fiat is F***ed
Money is a fundamental part of modern society, facilitating transactions and enabling individuals to exchange goods and services with one another. The concept of money has evolved significantly over time, from simple bartering systems to modern-day digital currencies. In this article, we will explor…

Then to finish the week off, and to keep on the same trend of issues with fiat currencies, we posted about the more than 2 billion unbanked people in the world, and how Bitcoin is a tool to escape those challenges.

Bitcoin & The Unbanked: Empowering The Economically Disadvantaged
Over the past decade, Bitcoin has emerged as an innovative digital currency that operates on a decentralized network without the need for a central authority. As the world’s first (and best) cryptocurrency, Bitcoin has garnered immense attention for its potential to revolutionize the financial lands…

And that was week 3 of BitByte!

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