MMM is a unique Mutual Aid Community that is based on trusting each other. MMM's philosophy is simple: today you provide help to a member — tomorrow you get help yourself, and you also earn a high rate for doing that.
The MMM Community has been operational in 118 countries since 2011 which attests to its high efficiency.
Your Personal Success is in Your Hands
By providing help to other MMM members, you help them live out their life-long dreams and achieve success. Some dream of providing their kids with an excellent education, other — of travelling, still others — of their own business. You help them live out these dreams and become happy — in return, they'll help you back.
MMM is everyone's opportunity to achieve success. The key is setting a goal, pursuing it rigorously and contributing to the Community actively. Success will then find you and make your life happy. With MMM, any dream may become reality if you really want it to. MMM is your chance at financial independence. Taking it or not is your call to make.
You can contribute to MMM using one of the two options: conventional currencies or cryptocurrencies. We recommend using the second option as it's faster, safer and more profitable.
Last week, we briefly told you about how cryptocurrencies appeared and we finished by telling you how a person named Satoshi Nakamoto came up with the Bitcoin concept back in 2008. Today, we'll talk about the history of Bitcoin: from the very start to the present day. We'll highlight the key points that had an important role in the making of Bitcoin.
No one knows when Satoshi Nakamoto started working on the concept, so the “birth year” of Bitcoin is counted as the year when the concept was publicly revealed — 2008. In the same year, after the press releases were published, bitcoin.org was registered, to become an official web-site of the Bitcoin payment service.
The Bitcoin network was launched in January 2009 when the first Bitcoin client app was released, and the first Bitcoin block was generated. The reward amount was 50 bitcoins. The first transaction in the network was conducted on January 12: Satoshi Nakamoto sent 10 coins to an American programmer Hal Finney who also worked on the concept.