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Hey ― Jordan here. I want to thank you all for continuing to read our newsletter. We're welcoming roughly 150 new people each week which is incredible🧡

I built the newsletter because it's what I needed and something that I hoped others would find value in. I'm glad it's not just me who doesn't like trawling 6 social media platforms to find some interesting Bitcoin news.

Enough from me, enjoy! 🧊

This Week’s Big Stories
  • Africa’s rural energy problems

  • Santander: El Salvador tourism rising

  • Saylor ain’t sellin’

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⚡️ Africa’s rural energy problems

Mainstream media have been pumping out the positive Bitcoin Mining stories recently. Makes a welcome change!

Small Bitcoin mines can be immediately profitable, and can therefore fund a renewable mini-grid and supply power to the community at no cost. And, if this seems too good to be true, it gets even better.

👉 Read on

Source: el salvador in english

⚡️ Santander Report: El Salvador Tourism

This week, Santander published a new report showing EL Salvador’s increase in tourism. One thing that stood out was that US tourism to El Salvador has nearly doubled since 2019 with one reason being credited to “BTC tourists” by Santander.

Quite incredible stats on the reduction of crime here too. 👉 Read on

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🧊 Saylor Ain’t Sellin’

Michael Saylor, Founder of Microstrategy said back in 2020: "We really felt we were on a $500M melting ice cube." It’s safe to say they have now jumped off that melting ice cube and built their own ark. One that’s fit for the future of money.

This week Nasdaq listed company, MicroStrategy announced they have bought 5,445 additional Bitcoin. Taking their treasury up to 158,245 BTC, worth over $4.1 billion at today's price.

🔥 What else have you missed?

1. JPMorgan Chase UK imposes a ban on Bitcoin and crypto transactions.

2. The Senator who said “Bitcoin can open the doors of corruption in El Salvador," was indicted for corruption. $100,000 in gold bars and $480,000 in hidden cash were seized from his home.

3. Forbes Article: Why Bitcoin Mining Might Actually Be Great For Sustainability

🍾 Friday Fun

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