After a lot of thought I decided to independently start translating the Bitcoin Standard in Greek.

As a writer and an entrepreneur, I struggled with the idea of skipping the translation and just writing my own book on the subject of bitcoin in the Greek language. It makes sense, I’d own the copyright, and I wouldn’t be doing work for free. And that’s not completely out of question anyway, but let’s just say it’s for a future project. I’m all for the Pareto rule of 80/20, and I truly believe that having this book in Greek will do the maximum amount of good for the least amount of effort involved.

So, here it goes. I’ve started translating the book. It’s quite big and it will take some time, but I’m sure I can get it done before inflation tears our country apart.

I’ve set up a Tallycoin fundraiser for this project. Hopefully I’ll get some support from the community. It’s not a kickstarter, this translation will happen whether donations come in or not. You’re not getting a physical copy as I don’t own the IP rights to print them out and ship them, though I might be able to negotiate that option once I’m done. The ebook will be distributed for free. If there is a certain amount of interest, I can get it made into an audiobook as well.

But in simple terms this will simply be a Greek translation of the Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous. I’ve talked to many people and suggested to them that they read the book anyway. I honestly believe it is one of the best orange-pilling resources we have, despite the horrible chapter on fiat art (which I promise to not leave out.)

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Not a word will be omitted. This will just be a Greek version of the original Bitcoin Standard as available on Libgen. I asked for the updated version with the Michael Saylor foreword from Saifedean but got no reply, so we’re stuck with the original version. Which I think is good enough for most situations.

That’s all. I’ll post chapters and updates on my blog georgesaoulidis.com

Make a donation and spread the word if you want.

Thanks,

George Saoulidis,

Athens 2022.

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