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Bitcoin Payment Service BTCPay Server Now Easier to Integrate with React Apps

Ant (TimechainStats) and TC (Timechain Calendar) both pitched in together to make BTCPay Button integration into React applications as simple as drop in and go.

I maybe poor but I feel rich with BTC

I understand risk and reward! I have personally done the responsible thing... college, worked for corporations, and started my own company, which was great for 13 yrs. In the end, everything can be snacked from you! I took the risk, and it had a great reward! Then it happened to me almost every dollar stolen by a bad lawsuit and my corrupt insurance company not covering this lawsuit. Wiped out.... then Voyager stole 90% of my crypto. Yep! It was bleak! I may be a smooth brain person, but I am smarter than to work within a corrupt system. We'll fuck you society! I am going in my own direction. BTC only! submitted by /u/Appropriate_Run_5251
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Can someone explain why the deflationary part of bitcoin is good

I should probably start w/ I'm pro bitcoin. I'm just trying to still understand the value after the last bitcoin is mined. Economic critics I've read, including some Yale economic papers, say investing in a deflationary currency is bad. I'm just not sure why it will necessarily be deflationary. I'll link to one of the articles: submitted by /u/Flopdo
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The Top 8 Rarest Bitcoin

* MJB Monetary Metals Series 1 Silver- The first physical Bitcoin, a few months before Casascius! It is an ugly design but Michael Bruce deserves credit for being the first to make a "physical" Bitcoin even if it was purely ornamental.

* MJB Monetary Metals Series 1 Copper- The iconic design that every news article seems to use. While copycats are easy to find the original copper coins from 2012 deserve to be on the list.

* Casascius Series 1 One BTC 2011 Error- The original batch from the most respected brand. The printer made an error on the back of the coins writing "Casacius" not "Casascius". Easy way for collectors to know if they have one from the original production run.

* Casascius Series 1 One BTC 2011 Double Error- Only five known to exist... In addition to misspelling Casascius, the printer accidently placed characters up too high on the back, whoops.

* Casascius Series 1 One Thousand BTC 2011 Gold Coin- Worth an unthinkable amount of money. To own one of these makes you a very lucky man.

* Casascius Series 1 One Thousand BTC 2011 Prototype Gold Coin- A one of one... the prototype was sold to a collector so even among those lucky enough to have 1000 Bitcoins, only one can have the original prototype coin!

* The 10 Bitcoin sent from Satoshi to Hal Finney, the first Bitcoin transaction. Part of history. While you won't be rich for having some or all of those ancient coins, it would still be pretty cool.

* The Last Satoshi- Block 6,929,999 of the blockchain will produce the very last piece of Bitcoin. It won't happen for more than 100 years but just think about how much work, brainpower, electricity, human capital, will go into creating that last piece of Bitcoin. By default it is the hardest to get, the most rare Bitcoin of all. submitted by /u/Th3M0rn1ng5h0w
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Strategic Competition and Digital Currencies: Insights from Daniel Flatley, Sarah Kreps, Chris Meserole, and Matthew Pines

Join the Bitcoin Policy Institute and the Cornell Brooks Tech Policy Institute for a panel discussion on the fascinating insights of Daniel Flatley, Sarah Kreps, Chris Meserole, and Matthew Pines on the intersection of strategic competition and digital currencies.