The Bitcoin Times was created to cut through all the bulls#*% you may have read or heard about Bitcoin…(there’s lots of it). It’s not about “blockchain”, nor is it about “crypto”. It’s about what matters: Bitcoin.

What started off as a solution to me writing too much content for a talk I was giving in early 2019, ie; a 30min talk blew out to probably 4hrs of content, has now turned into a publication with a mission.

That mission is to produce rare, timeless Bitcoin content from the best minds in and around Bitcoin.


Alot of time & energy has been spent distilling a broadly complex concept into something digestible, so that more people know what the real innovation in this space is.

We’ll be publishing 2 of these per year. It’s 100% free thanks to the time & effort of the writers, along with some assistance from the team at Amber.

We hope you enjoy it, and if you agree that more people should hear about it; feel free to share it around, follow each of the contributors, and follow us @TimelessBitcoin.


Aleks Svetski

The Bitcoin Times

Edition 1

The first editon is a set of long form essays by Aleks Svetski, covering a broad array of topics, including:


  • Why blockchain doesn't work and is at best hype, or at worst, a fraudulent idea.
  • Blockchain's broken promise, and why Bitcoin is the real innovation
  • Immutability is a Service (Iaas)
  • The Bitcoin Operating System (BoS)
  • Bitcoin & The Internet: A Comparison
  • Networks & How they function
  • Lightning: What is it, what's its potential?
  • Money as the fabric of society.


The original talk, that inspired the Bitcoin Times, and which covers the above is also available on YouTube:

Blockchain is Dead


Download your free copy below.

Edition 2

The Bitcoin Times Ed 2 is the first of it's kind as a collaborative work of 8 writers & 1 designer, along with being the final edition of not only this year, but this decade.

It's full of broad, long form essays from the likes of Rory Highside, Nic Carter, Aleks Svetski, Robert Breedlove, Dan Held, Connor Brown, Gigi & Hass McCook, wrapped up in a magnificent design by Chantelle de la Rey.

The topics covered are not only economic & technical in nature, but as you'll note by the image of the front cover, there is a strong Personal Sovereignty theme throughout.


It's our most important work to date, and a we hope you enjoy it, and continue to follow and support all the contributors.


Download your free copy below.

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Hard Copy

What kind of Bitcoiners would we be if we didn’t print limited edition, fixed supply, signed + barcoded copies of The Bitcoin Times and allowed people to buy them using a custom bitcoin & lightning cart?

Seriously though.


In 2020, we’ll release a limited edition hard cover collectible, for purchase, which you’ll be notified of by email if you pop your email below & download the free pdf.


The only question is whether we do 2,100 or 21,000 ?

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The Bitcoin Times is free of charge.

If you think it's valuable and would like to support the work we're doing, you can do so by scanning the QR code to the left, sending BTC to teh address below, you can tip us via Lightning using:


https://tippin.me/@timelessbitcoin


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Note, we're not being creepers.

  • First name makes it easier to address you if/when we send you an email.
  • Country lets us get a feel for which regions are actually interested in Bitcoin.
  • They're optional, so if you're convinced we work for the NSA, you don't have to

Looking ahead

We’ll be releasing 1 - 2 editions of The Bitcoin Times yearly.

In the coming editions, we’ll continue to collaborate with the most brilliant minds in Bitcoin to deliver more timeless bitcoin content, that you and everyone you care about can refer to, forever.

If you’re interested in writing, or have any suggestions on who else should we should approach, please hit us up on Twitter.


Until next time.