> Umbrel partnered with The Bitcoin Machines to offer a plug-and-play all-aluminum node and server combo.


I guess we're just going to ignore the fact that, while adding NextCloud and other unrelated apps to Umbrel, they *still* haven't addressed the security issues, which they themselves state are so big, that it's not recommended to put actual money on an Umbrel node?



I LOL-ed at first glance.
"Here is your node for your money where one of the most important properties is No Trusted 3rd Parties!
Oh, btw ... for the entire functionality is this node we completely trust 3rd parties. But you understand, right?" 👀

And then I read a bit further and that was just depressing.
Taking away more and more freedom from users and calling that 'evolution' 🙄

I already feared that Open Source would be a 'checkmark item', but it turned in "open is a spectrum" 🤮

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