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Josef Tetek

Josef is a Trezor brand ambassador. His passion is Bitcoin education, both as a teacher and a student.

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Opinion   -   Apr 01, 2022 Bitcoin, the Conservative Choice
Bitcoin, the Conservative Choice

Mainstream pundits like to paint Bitcoin as this hyper volatile, speculative thing that only a degenerate gambler would touch. Investing in the stock market, on the other hand, is usually promoted as a responsible, conservative thing to do with your money. But isn’t it actually the other way around?

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Opinion   -   Feb 17, 2022 The Hyperbitcoinized World
The Hyperbitcoinized World

Hyperbitcoinization is a voluntary transition from an inferior currency to a superior one…    …Hyperbitcoinization should be accompanied by a rapid improvement in productivity and wealth…    …Hyperbitcoinization will probably be a confusing time for everyone, like a second adolescence. However, once it is over, no one will be able to imagine

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Opinion   -   Dec 24, 2021 Why Keeping Up with Bitcoin is a Full-Time Job
Why Keeping Up with Bitcoin is a Full-Time Job

Several years ago when I discovered Bitcoin and the growing world of cryptocurrencies, my instinct was to dive in with full force. I wanted to learn everything about how Bitcoin works and why we need it, about the cryptography behind privacy coins like Monero, Grin and zCash, about smart contract

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Opinion   -   Sep 27, 2021 El Presidente Buys the Dip. Should We Celebrate Governments Acquiring Bitcoin?
El Presidente Buys the Dip. Should We Celebrate Governments Acquiring Bitcoin?

Nayib Bukele sure ain’t your average politician. The president of El Salvador, when confronted with an accusation of becoming a dictator, changed his Twitter bio to “Dictador de El Salvador” (Dictator of El Salvador), and later spiced it up to “El Dictador más cool del mundo mundial” (The coolest

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Opinion   -   Sep 21, 2021 “Turning It Off and On Again” Has No Place in Decentralized Systems
“Turning It Off and On Again” Has No Place in Decentralized Systems

The classic IT panacea of “turning it off and on again,” popularized by the 2006 show The IT Crowd, was recently tried on Solana, a supposedly decentralized smart contract platform. To be fair, Solana validators didn’t turn the network off per se, it halted on its own. The halting

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