A basic guide for Bitcoin self-custody. The do’s and don’ts of managing your private keys to ensure that you always remain in control of your Bitcoin. It is a vital step in the direction of self-sovereignty. Bitcoin was designed exactly for this method of ownership. Self-custody brings the promise of freedom, but requires that you take extreme ownership of the assets under your control.
CBDCs are bigger than most think. They are the fundamental mechanism for the ‘Great Reset’ in my eyes and will affect close to everyone on this planet in a plethora of ways.
Privacy in Bitcoin is and will become one of its most important factors in fighting the banking system and to protect yourself against regulatory risk – which will become bigger and tougher over time.
Privacy is also a human right and should always be so. It is our every right to keep our own things private including our money and wealth.
It seems like there’s a lot of negativity in many South Africans’ and Bitcoiners’ lives right now. Riots, inflation, corruption, load shedding and of course …
HODLers are acquiring more than the speculators are selling and thus, there is a good chance that a price floor has been set for this accumulation period.
We at Bitvice, actually think it is great news that the regulatory bodies finally recognises Bitcoin as a serious asset and that it will become a licensed product for financial services. But, we all have a fight ahead of us on privacy, self-custody and self-sovereignty.