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Top 5 most popular secret messages hidden in the Bitcoin blockchain


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The Bitcoin blockchain is not just a record of transactions, it also carries digital writings that are drawn on the walls of network blocks in a way similar to the writings we find in "metro" tunnels.

Miners and developers mask information and meaningful messages and link them with blocks in the Bitcoin blockchain.

It is well-known that man, since eternity, loves to immortalize his impact and memory through wall drawings, to leave his cultural legacy and convey his life experience to those after him.

In Bitcoin, these writings continued, but in digital form, where even one day in the distant future, a futurist looks at the Bitcoin blockchain and finds these writings that offer him an insight into our current life process.

Top 5 most popular secret messages hidden in the Bitcoin blockchain

Here is a list of the top 5 secret messages hidden in the Bitcoin blockchain:

1- The Times newspaper headline in the Bitcoin Genesis Block:

The most famous message from Bitcoin is in the Bitcoin Genesis Block (Block 1).

The message was included by the anonymous Bitcoin founder Satoshi Nakamoto.

For this letter it bears the headline from the front page of The Times, published on January 3, 2009:
The advisor is on the verge of a second bank bailout.
 The headline refers to further bailouts by British banks in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, which Nakamoto used to draw attention to the new peer-to-peer currency he hoped would one day replace the ailing monetary system.

2- Bitcoin mining bonus split message 2020:

Bitcoin undergoes a major cut in mining rewards every four years, a process known as forging.

The event takes place according to the rules previously defined in the Bitcoin code.

The mining rewards are halved, and they often affect the bitcoin price positively.

As a result, the event has become a watershed event for Bitcoin believers, who celebrate the event with countdown parties.

During the third split that occurred in May 2020, in the penultimate block 629,999, the mining pool “F2Pool” chose to honor the origins and foundation of Bitcoin, and to renew the memory of the new financial crisis.

The letter contained an address from The New York Times, dated April 9, 2020, which read:
With a $ 2.3 trillion injection, the Fed's 2008 bailout plan far exceeds.


 3- “Julian Assange,” founder of “WikiLeaks”:

In 2016, rumors spread about the death of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on 8chan.

WikiLeaks responded with an unusual response, as it relied on messages written in bitcoin blocks to convey that the news was unfounded.

This is not the only time that the WikiLeaks blockchain has used Bitcoin to deliver messages, as WikiLeaks previously included a 2.5 megabyte file containing the infamous US diplomatic cables leak in 2010, and a thank you letter to the Bitcoin inventor stating:
Freedom of expression and free projects!
Thank you Satoshi!

 4- Honoring Mr. “Lynn Sasman”:

Bitcoin developer Lynn Sasman was honored posthumously by his fellow programmers.

Both programmers "Kaminski" and "Goodspeed" who were questioning Bitcoin wrote in July 2011, shortly after Sasman's suicide:
We dedicate this silly hack to Mr. Lin who would have found it quite funny.

 5- protection from the monster:

When the block “666666” was traded in January 2020, some miners decided to signal an additional protection call to protect and bless Bitcoin as they recorded a biblical message in a message on the Bitcoin blockchain.

The number "666666" is called the "mark of the beast," and is usually associated with Satan or the Antichrist.

 The message left on the block, according to the biblical meaning guide, can be interpreted as meaning living for the benefit of others, being honest with oneself, overcoming evil with good and is an indication of Bitcoin's core spirit that aims to provide a fair and inclusive monetary system for all.

These were some of the most prominent messages written on the Bitcoin blockchain.