This Bitcoin Calendar provides a snapshot of these notable occasions throughout the year. It kicks off on January 3rd with “Bitcoin Day,” celebrating the network’s inception, followed by “Bitcoin Running Day” on January 11th to presumably promote the use of Bitcoin in everyday transactions.
“Silk Road Day” on January 27th and “Mt Gox Day” on February 24th serve as reminders of some of the more infamous episodes in cryptocurrency history. March 9th is “Cypherpunk Day,” honoring the philosophical underpinnings of Bitcoin’s creation, while April 5th celebrates “Satoshi’s Birthday,” a nod to Bitcoin’s mysterious founder.
“Lightning Day” on May 10th and “Bitcoin Pizza Day” on May 22nd commemorate technological milestones and quirky folklore, respectively. The calendar also features “Bitcoin Independence Day” on August 1st and “Bitcoin Whitepaper Day” on October 31st, both pivotal moments in Bitcoin’s ongoing story.
“Free Ross Day” on October 1st highlights the case of Ross Ulbricht, the Silk Road marketplace founder, while “Diffie-Hellman Day” on November 1st pays homage to the cryptography that secures Bitcoin. “Shitcoin Day” on November 8th and “HODL Day” on December 18th reflect the irreverent slang that permeates the crypto community. Each date encapsulates an event that has shaped the narrative and culture of Bitcoin.
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