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1/19 THE ROAD TO BITCOIN RICHES ISN’T ALWAYS PAVED

Whether it was lost or stolen funds, feuds that broke-up friendships, innovations that went awry, everyone has a #BitcoinRegret.

Welcome to the next chapter of the #BitcoinAt10 multimedia series - ow.ly/QwfK30nvTsQ
2/19 When… Prius?

While the #bitcoin industry is infatuated with Lambos, @Rassah couldn't care less about suicide doors and instead purchased a planet-saving Prius.

There's one catch – he did it when bitcoin was at $22.

ow.ly/t30G30nvV7v #BitcoinRegret
3/19 The ole' wiped the hard drive story

.@JosephFiscella is one of those – he mined #bitcoin in the early days, forgot about it and then reformatted his hard drive, erasing everything.

Don't worry, he's still holding out hope.

ow.ly/o1NU30nvVgn #BitcoinRegret
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⚡1/44 THEY SAID IT WOULD FAIL ⚡

#Bitcoin's software has been running for 10 years…

That’s:
⚡87.6K hrs
⚡3.6K days
⚡370m TXs

To mark history, we’re launching our first interactive feature: #BitcoinAt10. The story of bitcoin, told by its builders: ow.ly/9d3a30nfAuG
2/44 #BITCOIN’S 7 MOST ICONIC MEMES

Magic Internet Money Wizard? Rollercoaster guy?

Take the red pill to explore CoinDesk’s list of the decade's best bitcoin #memes. (Or don't. Honey badger don't care...)

READ: ow.ly/Rs8e30nfu2g #BitcoinAt10
3/44 THE BEST #BITCOIN SLANG

Don’t let the bearwhale get you. HODL to ride out the Flippening...

Can't make sense of the sentence? We list the 12 best #crypto words of the decade. Think of it as yourr #hyperbitcoinization guide.

READ: ow.ly/uXHr30nfukc #BitcoinAt10
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1/ Planting Bitcoin - “Development/community” (4/4)

Bitcoin’s perfect seed (genetic code) had been planted at the right and place. Now it was time for Satoshi to nurture Bitcoin’s development.

medium.com/@danhedl/plant…
(Music has been paired with the Medium article)

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2/ “The project needs to grow gradually so the software can be strengthened along the way.” — Satoshi Nakamoto

Satoshi chose to be anonymous, which fit the ethos of the Cypherpunks. People can project hopes and dreams on an anonymous individual, ensuring maximal narrative fit.
3/ Volunteers need to rely on trusting the objective reality of the code, rather than focusing on the merits of the project leader.

“It does not matter to the operation of the technology, in the same way that the identity of the inventor of the wheel no longer matters”@saifedean
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