Programs can still be directly implanted into the #Bitcoin blockchain using the last 8 digits in it's decimal system (X.00000000) for as cheap as 0.1 $BTC minus transaction fees.
Approx. $350 USD + a lot of TX fees.
Each transaction will store 1 byte of Binary code.
There are two possible states in a "bit", usually expressed as 0 and 1
A series of eight bits strung together makes a byte (X.00000000 : TX amount)
With 8 bits (8 binary digits) there exist 2^8=256 possible combinations. I assume this is the basis for SHA-256 encryption 🎓
In my mind, this is where the future value of "Bit"Coin will come from:
Storing immutable programs in the form of "Bits" (Binary Digits) directly into the decimal amounts of #Bitcoin transactions.
The immutability comes from price, so it was necessary to be money first...
#Bitcoin $BTC is binary programming DNA.