Bitcoins in the 17th century

Bitcoins in the 17th century

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In 1636-1637 Holland was covered by the tulip obsession (tulip mania). Tulip seeds became ten times more expensive – they were given to brides as dowries, exchanged for houses and various paintings. One man is even known to have given away an entire brewery for the seeds of a rare tulip variety. People were crazy – they would mortgage their homes and buy seeds with the proceeds, hoping to sell them for even more. Some tulip seeds change several dozen owners before they are even dug out of the ground.

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