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For Classic Literature Geeks Only: The Scarlet Letter

24 Sep 2021 1 minute read 1 comment redheadblues

Recommends it for: Marquis DeSade companions only This book can only be read by a very calm, patientand sadistic person. The dialogue isn't exactly the easiest to follow (as is for most books from the freaking 19th certury!) Now you'll ask why I'm...

Protestantism: the root of cryptorevolution

6 Jul 2021 4 minute read 2 comments 1x0Fx0 - 100

  Emerged from the non-conformity of the German Augustinian Father Martin Luther (1483-1546) in accepting some practices of the Catholic Church, including the sale of indulgences, promises of paradise for payment and kidnapping of land and goods in t...

Bitcoin: a BTC star story

1 Jul 2021 3 minute read 2 comments 1x0Fx0 - 100

This year, it's been 12 years since bitcoin was born: 10 BTC were transferred from one person to another. Today, even with the devaluation, it would be "only" 350,000 dollars. (Would you risk losing that money on a network failure?) Satoshi Nakamoto...

Fiat money and central banking

22 Jun 2021 3 minute read 4 comments Luisongo

Greetings crypto lovers , as perhaps some have noticed our world economy is usually very unstable and many politicians and economists have told us that it is normal due to the economic cycles of ups and downs, such things have only been seen in the r...

Cryptocurrencies' podium over time

8 Jun 2021 2 minute read 1 comment W.P

  More than a decade ago, Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin, paving the way for other cryptocurrencies to be born. Over the years different currencies have been among the top 3, this article was written to remind you how volatile this market can be, a...

BATTLE OF MARATHON, 490 BC: The First Greco-Persian War

5 Jun 2021 20 minute read 7 comments YouveBeenGreeked

Check out my previous blog on the start of the Greco-Persian Wars and the Ionian Revolt: https://www.publish0x.com/ancient-greek-and-roman-history/the-ionian-revolt-499-493-bc-the-start-of-the-greco-persian-xerdkee MILTIADES THE ELDER: TYRANT [ABOVE...

The Lost of Human Lives

12 May 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Fritzie2894

This is just some kind of reflection on the current situation of Israel - Palestine conflict.  This conflict has began since mid-20th Century. The key issues that have stalled further progress are security, borders, water rights, control of Jerusale...

What would $100 invested in 2020 be worth now?

2 May 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Rusks

I've always wondered what an investment of $100 in different coins would be worth now, so I thought I'd take the time to work it out so if you ever wondered the same, you wouldn't have to ;) I've compiled this list using the top 30 coins listed on Co...

The reason for the current dip? Who cares.... Have a look at the Bigger Picture!

23 Apr 2021 1 minute read 7 comments BitcoinBaby

  So let´s see.....what happened? It all started last week...on a Sunday, Bloodbath Sunday (18 April). And those silly little humans need a reason for everything....so people started explaining what happened: Turkey’s central bank banned the use of...

A Peek Into History: April 8, 1732, David Rittenhouse, Director of the US Mint

3 Apr 2021 2 minute read 0 comments LyonCoDad

David Rittenhouse was born on April 8, 1732 in Germantown Pennsylvania.   You never heard of David Rittenhouse before? He was very active in Early America! To his credit he was an astronomer, inventor, clockmaker, mathematician, surveyor, scientific...