Fiat world is in phase where now owning anything will become a luxury only affordable for rich people. BTC is the only information that you knowing it is owning it.
I have been noticing for quite a sometime now but slowly owning anything is almost a option not available for many. 1. You can't own a house, you have to rent it. 2. You can lease a car now because owning it is so expensive. 3. Many cars that you buy these days have subscription based model. For eg heated seated are a option that needs to be purchased with it being already present in the car but not accessible. 4. You don't own any movies or music album, you have to get a subscription. And many more. The fiat world has made it possible to make it a luxury afforded by rich and aspired by poor the most. It almost depresses me like hell but BTC is the only ray of hope that I see. It is only information that knowing it is owning it literally. Don't get BTC for how many Fiat gains you would have in future. Get it to atleast own the most hardest asset in the world.
Lightning slowly reached 5k BTC locked !!! Amount locked growth is inversely correlated with BTC price (-71.25%) ?!?! Addresses that HODl more than 1K USD worth of bitcoin in the past year on the decline (77.18% price correlation).
Total BTC amount locked by the existing channels on the Lightning Network.
British citizens seek safety in BTC as central banks lose faith in them. – cryptowiky
Bitcoin is a convenient method of payment and a reliable store of money for many fans. It is becoming more and more popular, particularly in developing
Technology: University of New Mexico researchers find Bitcoin mining is environmentally unsustainable
Taken as a share of the market price, the climate change impacts of mining the digital cryptocurrency Bitcoin is more comparable to the impacts of extracting and refining crude oil than mining gold, according to an analysis published in Scientific Reports by researchers at The University of New Mexico. The authors suggest that rather than being considered akin to ‘digital gold’, Bitcoin should instead be compared to much more energy-intensive products such as beef, natural gas, and crude oil.