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If you're sad you're not Bitcoin rich, it's because your brain is wired for regret

"A broad theme of the human condition is that we’re pretty good at interpreting the world in self-serving ways."


These are all the Bitcoins you don't have

The selection of stock photos to represent Bitcoins is also very depressing.

“Boy, I wish I had bought some .” That’s a sentence I’ve encountered from dozens of people in the past few months. I’ve heard it from friends, internet commenters, and people at the gym. But this time, it came from my dad. This is a guy who doesn’t have a credit card and often asks me to order stuff on Amazon for him, then pays me back in

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