Bitcoin is not the biggest problem in El Salvador right now — it’s Bukele using the gangs to go as full dictator as he thinks he can get away with.
I shall henceforth be calling Bitcoin mining “extreme bingo.”
El Salvador adopting Bitcoin wasn’t the particular Tether scam I originally thought — but it’s turning out to be a different, and bigger, one.
The hack reeks of social engineering for insider information, not sophisticated computer science brilliance.
President Bukele’s office denies everything, and doubtless won’t rest until they find the real hacker.
Bitfinex Securities will not charge a fee for this. They’re just being nice, see.
Bitcoin fans are gullible. Talk to them about the future of money, throw in a few buzz words and they believe any garbage.
The Bitcoin City plan is a recycled version of a previous plan to lease 10% of El Salvador to China.
Large crypto traders stick by Tether because there’s nowhere else for them to go — Tether is the only game in town.
Clearing down the backlog. There’s plenty more Tether here to come …