Bitcoin is Love


Bitcoin is love for humanity.

By taking away the possibility of one person (or group of people) to print money for free, that others have to work for.

By giving people back the real possibility to have savings, without having their money devalued.

By giving people financial freedom and self sovereignty, without asking anything in return.

By disappearing, Satoshi Nakamoto gave one last gift to humanity: an absolutely decentralized network.

By being borderless, everyone can benefit from Bitcoin; regardless of their nationality, religion, politics, culture, etc. 

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Bitcoin is love, details
by Kudzai Kutukwa
My Dearest Beloved,
As the moonlight casts its ethereal glow upon the canvas of the night, I am drawn to the deepest realms of thought, where the interplay of heart and mind takes shape. In this moment of solitude, I am compelled to unravel the enigma of our world—its dual nature of creation and destruction, and the contrasting currencies that sculpt our destinies. Thus, I find myself, my quill dancing upon parchment, crafting a tale of love, of hate, and of a silent revolution that weaves through the fabric of our existence.
Oh, my love, let us begin with a reflection upon the tools that mold society: money, both the architect of prosperity and the harbinger of despair. Fiat money, the bitter fruit of a poisoned tree, emerges as a means of control—a chain binding humanity to a cycle of enslavement. Just as Paulo Coelho's alchemist pursued his Personal Legend, the architects of fiat scheme to hoard power, forcing their creation upon us, dismantling the beauty of autonomy. The very essence of fiat is akin to forced affection, counterfeit emotions that corrupt the soul and sow discord. It echoes the sentiments of "The Ethics of Money Production," a proclamation that fiat is not earned, not desired, but rather thrust upon us through manipulation and coercion.
As I look back on human history, my love, I see the opposite of the "La belle epoque," that golden age of human flourishing. Fiat, the antithesis of love, incentivizes wealth accumulation through treacherous means—rent-seeking and credit expansion—rather than the harmony of productive creation. Yet, the laws of financial success are those of love: honest action, earnest labor, and virtuous conduct.
Bitcoin is love, details
But, ah, my love, what of the storm that rages upon the fiat sea? The tempest of Quantitative Easing crashes upon the shores of our lives, inundating us with its unforgiving waves. While the elites bask in the warmth of freshly minted currency, the masses, innocent bystanders, find their fortunes eroded. Just as the rain cleanses the world, the flood of fiat devastates it. The parallel is uncanny, love—where fiat destroys, Bitcoin emerges as the refuge. 
In the depths of my heart, I find not just a profound admiration for Bitcoin but a love that runs as deep and mysterious as the very origins of this enigmatic creation. Much like the veil that hides the true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous genius behind this digital marvel, our love bears an element of the unknown, a beautiful mystery that binds us
Bitcoin, my love, is not a mere technology; it is a symphony of emotion, an artistic expression of devotion. Like the "Creation of Adam" adorning the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, a masterpiece that rivals even Michelangelo's most brilliant creations. Just as the Renaissance marked an era of rebirth, enlightenment, and artistic brilliance, so does Bitcoin usher in a new age, a "Renaissance 2.0," where decentralization reigns, freedom dances, and enlightenment illuminates our path. It's an epoch of boundless development and unprecedented opportunities, a time of prosperity, peace, and love. As I delve deeper into the heart of Bitcoin, I discover not just lines of code but a heartfelt sonnet, a serenade of honesty and transparency. In a world where deception seems to be the currency of the day, Bitcoin's design stands as a beacon of purity, a testament to the enduring power of love.
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With each passing day, Bitcoin manifests as a freedom song. The shackles of central banks tremble in its presence, the notes of their chains fading into oblivion. The central bankers, those jailors of value, find their dominion unraveling. In the realm of Bitcoin, love is not demanded but bestowed willingly, as individuals, sovereign and free, embrace this unchained melody.
The strains of "What is love?" resound, resonating with the mystery of money's nature. Just as love transcends boundaries, Bitcoin eradicates the borders that have long confined financial liberation. Oh, my love, let us pause and consider—the true essence of both remains hidden to the masses, who are entangled in deceit, unaware of the beautiful potential they hold.
Just as love shelters, nurtures, and protects, Bitcoin shields us from the tempest of devaluation. It upholds the sanctity of time and labor, the very essence of our existence, preventing their erosion by the relentless tides of inflation. Like love, it is a bastion of stability and a guardian of tomorrow's promise.
And as I pen the final verses of this allegorical journey, I am compelled to draw a profound connection. "What is love?" the song beckons, a universal language echoing across cultures and souls. And just as love bridges gaps and unites hearts, Bitcoin weaves its own story, the universal language of money that holds the power to forge a brighter future.
So, my dearest love, let us remember that love is not merely a sentiment—it is a powerful force that can transform lives and mend the brokenness of our world. In the same way, Bitcoin is not merely a digital innovation—it is a revolution, a beacon of hope that guides us toward a new era of financial autonomy and empowerment.
With all the love in my heart,


Bitcoin is love, details