Bitcoin Developer Mailing List Migrates To Google Groups

Today, moderators of the mailing list for Bitcoin developers, Ruben Somsen, Bryan Bishop, and Warren Togami, announced the migration of the mailing list to Google Groups. “The bitcoin-dev mailing list has migrated from Sourceforge.net where it was originally hosted, to Linux Foundation, to OSUOSL, and now it is migrating to Google Groups,” said Bitcoin developer Bryan Bishop. Subscribers to the existing mailing list are urged to take action promptly, as emails to the old list will no longer be accepted as of February 2024. Invitations to join the new Google Groups platform will…

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Mining Misinformation: How The United Nations University Misrepresents Bitcoin’s Energy Use

F%$K Bad Research: I spent over a month analyzing a bitcoin mining study and all I got was this trauma response. “We must confess that our adversaries have a marked advantage over us in the discussion. In very few words they can announce a half-truth; and in order to demonstrate that it is incomplete, we are obliged to have recourse to long and dry dissertations.” — Frédéric Bastiat, Economic Sophisms, First Series (1845) “The amount of energy needed to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude bigger than that needed…

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The No-coiner Texts Arrive: A Bull Market Beckons

The subtle shift in social media conversations. The mentions in the mainstream media: “Bitcoin will now be available for Wall Street investors!”. All the text messages arriving with questions about bitcoin from your no-coiner friends. Bitcoiners know that this is the signal. The bull market is officially here before the 2024 halving. This is a letter and a brief guide with nice tools for all those people who have been asking questions about bitcoin in the last couple days. “Bitcoin… Should I buy it?” “What is the best way to…

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