So I really liked the sound of ravencoin about a month ago in February. Basically, ravencoin had no premine, and it designed to be ASIC resistant i.e. no crypto farms mining out the hands of the ordinary people. It also has an opensource ethos, which has been sadly missing in the crypto world of recent.
This idea came to me this morning as I walked past Lloyds Bank’s shiney new branding. It’s trying to be all friendly and “there for you, in the moments that matter”.
Yeah, really? The moment that matters is when I go over my overdraft limit by 70p and you charge me a £10 fee, return the direct debit causing me another £20 fee. Thanks.
In my recent Bitcoin journey I stumbled across the fantastic Coinsider This Podcast. It’s an entertaining and accessible podcast that talks Bitcoin in a great mix of laymans terms, technology detail and geek humour.
The show host Patrick is looking for an original Bitcoin related t-shirt idea to give a fantastic prize too. In the latest podcast (an exceptional interview with Andreas Antonopolous) he mentions this contest.
As this blog is about entertaining, informing and earning Bitcoins – here is my second services package; where I offer my wares in an effort to earn a single Bitcoin. So for just one Bitcoin, you can get a set of 5 brilliant, custom made videos that will spread the word about Bitcoin with songs, cuteness and humour. Continue reading
This post is written for my friends to show them why Bitcoin is here to stay and why they should get involved in the Bitcoin economy today, before the Zombie Apocalypse.
This is a proposal for spreading the Word about Bitcoin in the UK, it uses the idea of projecting timely messages, on recognised public buildings (alongside PR) to spread a message.