Happy New Year!
We’ve compiled this video with highlights from 2022. Enjoy!
Thank you for supporting Bitcoin Runners! Whether you have helped to organise a group run, participated in one, or simply gone out for a jog wearing the shirt, spreading the good word of bitcoin and fitness.
We are growing in numbers, and the tipping point for the mass adoption of sound money feels like it’s ‘on the brink’. Few understand how impactful P2P contact is, and it’s countering the negative narratives set by the ‘fiat money media’. Bitcoin is advancing, hope is on the up, and the vibes are high.
Talking of high vibes, we wanted to wish everyone taking part in the #RunningBitcoinChallenge the very best of luck.
It’s not too late to join in and run for Hal Finney. You ‘simply’ need to register and run/walk 21km between Jan 1st and Jan 10th. All funds raised will go towards finding cures for ALS in his memory.
You can enter individually, join a team (ours naturally 😁), or start your own here.
Fran Finney shared her first run today.
Incredible lady, such an inspiration. Here are a couple more of Fran’s tweets for more info about the challenge.
And some pertinent links…
ALSA Golden West Chapter: https://twitter.com/alsagoldenwest
Twitter Challenge: www.twitter.com/RunningBTC21K
Strava club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/runningbitcoinchallenge
Pro-warmup drills to try.
And finally, if you or a friend need any more reasons to run, check these out:
21 Reasons to Run 🪡🧵
Looking further ahead we’re excited to be offering a 5km social run at the Les Femmes Orange event on January 14th, at the legendary Hotel Princess Plochingen, Germany Thanks to Janine for masterminding this one.
Later on in the year we plan to organise events for Bitcoin 2023 in Miami, Adopting Bitcoin in El Salvador, and several other major “Bitcoin only” events, so please watch this space.
Thank you once again for your kind support.