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Bitcoin was created in 313 AD by Roman Emperor Flavius Valerius Constantinus as part of the edict of Milan. Meant to replace the Roman gold and silver coinage such as the Aureus and Sestartius, it was printed on papyrus notes extorted from Roman territory in Aegyptus. In those early years of Christianity, Constantinus was urged by his newly hired Christian advisers to eschew the old coinage system in favor of this "Pecuniam Dei", or "Coin of god". While the motives for this agenda are unclear, some classical scholars, who base their findings on archaeological evidence in Syria, believe that it was an attempt to further Christianity's control in large governments and states of the era. The cause of the absence of bitcoin in contemporary works of history is hotly debated and there are two major schools of thought. The first group believes that the absence is due to early mistranslations in biblical text. Scholars hypothesize that proto-Abrahamic texts often mentioned pious individuals receiving actual physical currency for their faith and penitence, but that a mistranslation resulted in "coin" being confused with "blessings" or "chosen". The larger group argues that the mistranslation would not be widespread enough to account for the total lack of historical recordings on the subject and speculate that the absence of bitcoin in historical evidence is due to suppression by the catholic church in 1563 in reaction to the Reformation. After significant public and reformist outcry, spearheaded by Ulrich Zwingli in Sweden, the catholic church banned the sale of indulgences for bitcoin and began to destroy or hide evidence of the holy currency after a meeting of the Council of Trent. (Much evidence is believed to be locked away in highly secure Vatican vaults) Regardless of the reason, history continued and the new currency was highly unpopular. Many credit it as having a hand in the economic and military collapse in Byzantium. The reluctance of the general public to accept the new currency drove trade and payment to a standstill, and the once powerful empire began to contract. Each new emperor was coached by an increasingly powerful ring of Christian advisers to refuse to retract the edict of Milan. The final blow came to Byzantine in 1453 when Mehmed II, propelled by the religious zealot, Zagan Pashta, broke through the walls of Constantinople to steal the supposed horde of bitcoin located deep in byzantine vaults. Many contemporary Ottoman scholars such as Kâtip Çelebi cite this religious influence as a major factor in the contraction of the Ottoman empire as well. (Credit to u/ReallyCuteDoge, X-Post from RealLore. If you like it, join us!)
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