Giving thanks to Bitcoin and Bitcoiners

OpinionBitcoiners helped me store money in a safe place that is hard to debase and decentralized. After serving four years in the infantry, he moved to the Finance Corps. I wrote earlier this year about how FTX was not altruism but a good thing for business. It was a crucial business tool that I didn’t know was so important. It was their last desperate attempt to self-preserve, before they were wiped out in a full-blown liquidity crisis. As I sit here absorbing the news surrounding FTX I can’t help but feel thankful for all the Bitcoiners deemed toxic in the cryptocurrency community writ big. It was Marty Bent, Matt Odell, and Cory Klippsten, who helped me to take self-custody and secure my stack. Many of us owe Ben at BTCSessions a debt of gratitude. He undoubtedly taught tens and thousands of us how to use these once-intimidating devices that generate private keys and sign transactions. My wife and I would have been devastated without these gentlemen. Many others did. We’re doing fine because of them. We are grateful. Remember the lessons you learned from being a seasoned and hardened bitcoiner as we approach Thanksgiving. First, having a low preference for time is key. Recently, a call for articles was made on tips to help orange pill family and friends during Thanksgiving. My advice is to not do it. Listen more and speak less. Your time is as precious as your sats. Enjoy your time. Don’t stress about getting people on the life raft. Smile and nod when people make comments about price. They will know what you are all about, I’m sure. When they are ready, they will come to you. Enjoy quality time and the ability to arbitrage information on most of the rest. They will eventually catch up. Last but not least, I’d like you to know that the CEO of Bitcoin is having a Black Friday sale until further notice. Enjoy discounts up to 73% Use code BTFD to get up to 73% off at your local bitcoin-only currency exchange, such as Swan, River, or Strike. Happy stacking and happy Thanksgiving. This guest post is by Mickey Koss. Opinions expressed are entirely their own and do not necessarily reflect those of BTC Inc. or Bitcoin Magazine.Tagsterms:HolidayThanksgiving

 

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