Yes, you can send a tweet and store it in the Bitcoin blockchain forever, and it is kind of cheap! I will show you how to do it less than 30 lines of Python!

Why would you want to do it? Well, maybe you want to engrave something romantic ❤️ without hurting a tree, or perhaps you just tweeted about a startup you founded with a partner, and you want a timestamped backup proof of the partnership agreement 🔏.

Who knows! The imagination is the limit!

Hackers sent messages to each other in the Bitcoin blocking chain during the Twitter hack

As probably all of you know, last week, there was a hack around Twitter requesting Bitcoin from famous accounts. I took a look at the BTC addresses on the blockchain, and I found this, which caught my…


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