lol remember when we had all those ERC20 tokens
In 2013, I sent .2 bitcoin to a stranger I'd read about on Motherboard and she lifted her village out of poverty in Botswana. In 2016, I sent .008 btc to a bitcoiner delayed at an airport with her baby and with a maxed-out card and no cash.
In 2018, I was able to rent a home despite The State seizing my bank & trading accounts.
Bitcoin is enabling me to do EXACTLY what I always wanted to be able to do with money.
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