An Accessible Conversation for Mass Adoption.
In recent years, the phenomenon of Bitcoin has gained increasing relevance in the financial and technological world. Bitcoiners are passionate supporters of this technology, but often find themselves immersed in an ecosystem of technical and mathematical information that can seem alienating to those outside the field. However, it is crucial that Bitcoiners go beyond speaking only amongst themselves and engage in an accessible and engaging dialogue with the outside world to achieve true mass adoption.
In the race for the White House, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has emerged as the most pro-Bitcoin and cryptocurrency Republican presidential candidate. While American cryptocurrency supporters seek a political leader who prioritizes fintech policies, DeSantis appears to fill this gap with his strong support for cryptocurrencies and financial decentralization.
An investigative quest to unveil the genius behind Bitcoin.
The Trento Festival of Economics, in Italy, sent shockwaves through the minds of cryptocurrency enthusiasts and investigators worldwide when Gian Luca Comandini, one of the early pioneers of Bitcoin in Italy and the director of the “Blockchain Management School,” revealed the mysteries shrouding the enigmatic creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto. In his latest book titled “L’uomo più ricco del mondo. Un’indagine per scoprire chi è Satoshi Nakamoto, l’ideatore di Bitcoin” (The richest man in the world. An investigation to discover who Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, really is) Comandini sheds new light on the mastermind behind the revolutionary cryptocurrency.
During the Bitcoin 2023 conference, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made his first public appearance as a presidential candidate, sharing his personal experiences with Bitcoin and warning about the governmental totalitarianism that the technology could enable worldwide. Kennedy expressed his support for Bitcoin as an exercise and safeguard of civil liberties, promising to protect the rights of Bitcoin holders if elected president.
A struggle between the desire for control and digital anarchy.
The European Union has recently expressed its support for two regulations aimed at regulating cryptocurrencies and tracking payments. The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly in favor of the Markets in Crypto-assets Regulation (MiCA) and the Transfer of Funds Regulation (TFR), also known as the Travel Rule. These measures establish a new regulatory framework for cryptocurrency service providers and payment