Before you buy a bitcoin you should recognize that its logo is almost identical to that of the Boston Bruins. Was this intentional? Hard to say. I’d ask, but I can’t find them.
As I understand it, the bitcoin is about “placelessness,” like the beginning of the computer days when people would not sign journals or letters with a place stated because they were from the computer astral zone — the world, the universe, like Andromeda, someplace in the sky, hovering.
The Boston Bruins, however, understand what the circle divided into eight parts, which some bitcoins have as background for the B, means. They are smart. Their totem animal is the bear. An eight-sided divided circle — “Lost” devotees and Tibetan monks know this — is called a bagua. It is a diagram of the universe and comprehensive map of human consciousness. It is why some of the Bruins' very best hockey players, like Bobby Orr, can — like those kung fu monks — actually fly.