Please note that the typos you encounter in this article are not typos. It’s all part of the shwo.
You do know what Hodl and Buidl mean. These intentionally misspelled words are part of the crypto culture already. However, Coinbase thinks differently since they try to trademark the word buidl.
Some interpret hodl as hold on to your dear life, while others believe that it simply means to hang on to your crypto no matter what. Buidl, on the other hand, is an encouragement to develop useful apps, tools, and platforms with crypto technology to widen the adoption as well as innovate creating life-/changing milestones.
Coinbase identifies the word buidl in their trademark application as “Software as a service (SAAS) services featuring software for transactions using virtual currency, namely, software for managing, buying, selling, storing, transacting, exchanging, sending and receiving virtual currency; Providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for use in accessing, reading, tracking, trading and using tokens via blockchain technology.”
One might ask, if that is really necessary?
Once the application started circulating in the social media, Twitter went nuts with various reactions.
In a comment Luke Dashjr, Bitcoin Core developer asks if anyone buitl a case against it yet
Has anyone buitl a case against it yet?— Luke Dashjr (@LukeDashjr) December 6, 2018
However, lawyer Stephen D. Palley’s comment might be the community favorite. Here see it for yourselves.
The valorization of drunken typos and blind faith is either a Yankee Doodle story or dumb as fukc.— Palley (@stephendpalley) December 6, 2018
From our perspective, we like hodl and would like to hodl on to it as long as possible.
After all things considered you are reading this at ihodl.com.
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