A hidden script message was discovered embedded in a transaction in block 666666 of the Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain.

This letter is a quote from Book VI of the New Testament, Romans. First discovered by @ emzy @ bitcoinhackers.org, read:

Do not overcome evil, but overcome evil with good – Romans 12:21.

In the current transaction, the same amount of Bitcoin – 432,100 satoshi ($ 160) – was sent to two different addresses. The first letters of these titles contain the words “God” and “The Bible.”

According to Bitinfocharts.com, the person who sent the transactions paid a commission of over $ 50, which is five times the average bitcoin transaction fee per day. This meant that the sender’s goal was to specifically include their transactions and message in block 666666.

This is not the first time a hidden message has been discovered in the Bitcoin blockchain. The best known example of this is the letter found in the first block ever extracted, known as the “Genesis Block”.

“The Times 03 / Jan / 2009 adviser on the brink of a new bank rescue.”
Follow-up measures have been taken in the first phase of massive money pressure by the US Federal Reserve in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Box 630,000 showed the following message:

The New York Times, April 9, 2020: With $ 2.3 trillion injections, the Fed’s plan far surpasses the 2008 rescue.
Blockchain messaging has become a common occurrence in recent years. Previous posts have been in the form of marriage proposals, poems, memorials and public blasphemy.

Source: CoinTelegraph