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How (S)Low Can You Go? Why BTC Sucks as Cash!

“A peer-to-peer version of electronic cash ...” - These were the opening words of the 2008 Satoshi Nakamoto Bitcoin Whitepaper describing the technology’s intention. And yet, when we look at the qualities of cash compared to the initial release of Bitcoin, being Bitcoin Core, or BTC, there’s much to be desired. Plagued by slow transaction times and exorbitant fees, BTC isn’t exactly exhibiting any of the characterist.
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