Cryptofinally Is Ready For Bitcoin 2023 After Working Hard In The Gym

Cryptofinally Is Ready For Bitcoin 2023 After Working Hard In The Gym

One year after Bitcoin Magazine employees sexually harassed social media starlet Rachel Siegel, she is ready to prove to the haters that they're wrong. Siegel, who goes by Cryptofinally on Twitter, announced that she hired a personal trainer to tone her glutes for the next conference. "I am not going to be the butt of any more jokes this year. I'm showing up with toned glutes," She posted on Twitter.

Siegel has reportedly been making the most of a membership to Planet Fitness and has hired a personal trainer. "Last year was like hitting rock bottom for me. But then I realized, I have the opportunity to be an inspiration for young girls everywhere with some discipline and butt picks. Also, going to the gym to catch creeps staring at me has been quite a fun time and boosted my social media engagement."

Twitter users praised Siegel for her bravery and willingness to change. "It's not easy being made fun of online and bouncing back," said one user. Others described her willingness to grow and push boundaries as inspiring them to make change in their own lives. What is apparent is that Siegel is continuing to build during the bear market.

Read more

Tokenized Conference Tickets: A P2P Electronic and Financialized Ticketing System

Tokenized Conference Tickets: A P2P Electronic and Financialized Ticketing System

Dick Greaser thebitcoinbugle@protonmail.com www.bugle.news Abstract: Tokenization, leveraging blockchain technology, has emerged as a transformative force across various industries, offering increased security, transparency, and efficiency. In this white paper, we explore the certain benefits and applications of tokenizing Bitcoin conference tickets. By digitizing and decentralizing ticketing systems,

By Richard Greaser