Pay with Bitcoin for any Italian meal at Pinocchio or La Piazza restaurants chain in Accra, Ghana. Also, with Binance gift cards purchases integrated since yesterday. Adoption is growing…
Bitcoiners in Ghana are welcome to our monthly networking sessions with open discussions and free pizza sponsored by Binance! Event pictures and feedback:
A Lebanese owned, Italian gelato parlour, Pinocchio, in central Accra, Ghana, made the first commercially recorded, retail Bitcoin sale, there. The dreadlocked haired client making the purchase asked, “How is the rate calculated?” “We use BTCPay as the payment gateway. It calculates the rate of Ghanaian Cedis to pay in Bitcoin and shows this, including… Continue reading Gelato Parlour Makes Bitcoin History in Ghana
Bob Marley reinterpreted: Into this cold life we come in from the original light source… Layer after layer of light sources. It’s you I’m talking to, yes YOU. Why do you look so sad and forsaken? When one door is closed another is open. Would you let the system get you down again or ever… Continue reading Ba.sh Marley
I have been producing digital art since my first interaction with a computer, the 80s Apple Macintosh. This artwork above is the first NFT that I create for sale, representing the ₿ Immaculate Conception.
SERVICE TO OTHERS 15.6 Questioner: Then it would be very beneficial for the people of this planet in practicing the Law of One to learn ways of service. Am I correct? Ra: I am Ra. You are correct. If you will observe those oriented through a lifetime experiential distortion complex from near the beginning of… Continue reading The Law of One
That’s why researchers are pursuing next generation “thin film” solar technologies to generate power. Many thin film techniques also provide greater flexibility, enabling the manufacture of solar cells directly into glass, other building materials and even plastics and fabrics. Leading thin film technologies (including low-cost organic polymers) are nearing market viability; venture-backed companies are breaking ground on massive factories to produce them.
It is high time that these massive tech giants finally get “trust busted”. There was talk coming out of The States about this, but the talk has died down again. We don’t want talk now. We want decisive action for bringing our internet back ASAP.