Dear Friends,

This year, MadBitcoins has supported the Bitcoin community by making videos. Now it’s time to Support MadBitcoins. Our goal is to raise 1.5 BTC ($15,000) so that MadBitcoins can pay his bills. If we had 3 Sponsors ($5,000) this fundraiser would be over.

Please help us get 3 bitcoin companies to sponsor and support MadBitcoins.
Send them this message on twitter (be polite please):


     Dear {Bitcoin Company}, @MadBitcoins has been supporting Bitcoin by making videos since 2013, will you support his #MBAF fundraiser by donating $5,000? http://www.madbitcoins.com/

Donate Here:


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Sponsor Images will go here (fingers crossed):

      

Thank you so much for your support. I had a great time making videos for you this year, and I hope to make many more in 2020. — Thomas (Mad Bitcoins)

An artist hid 4.87 Bitcoins in this painting puzzle, triggering a frenzy to solve it and claim them


Once again, artist Marguerite Driscoll has sent Internet denizens down a cryptographic rabbit hole.
Earlier this month, Driscoll published her third Bitcoin puzzle painting with this challenge: “The painting is a , there is 4.87  concealed by this image. Happy .”
I’m not sure “happy” is the word that the multitude of treasure hunters would use to describe their efforts to unlock the secret and claim the Bitcoins. But it has once again become a massive obsession for many searchers. Just scroll through this thread on Reddit dedicated to solving it, or this one on Bitcoin Talk.