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1  Other / Beginners & Help / Crypto is not friendly to beginners. on: December 04, 2018, 05:54:08 AM
I am also a beginner, but I am happy to introduce crypto to my colleagues.
When I introduce crypto to my colleagues, only one of the 10 people will discuss it with me, and more people just listen to what I said, they are only politely replyed me: This is good, I will go to understand it later.
In the end, only two people tried to download the wallet and bought a very small number of coins on the exchange. When they used it for a few days, they sold their crypto and deleted the wallet. They thought it was too difficult. One of them didn't even know how to use the exchange to sell its coins, and finally I bought his coins.

I summed up some reasons why they are not interested:
1. Most of them don't believe in crypto, and think this is scams, although they didn't tell me, but I guess they think so.
2. They think that the wallet is difficult to use, and they need to download and keep the mnemonic or private key, which is more troublesome than the bank card.
3. The exchange price is not based on legal tender currency but bitcoin or ethereum, so they often can't figure out why sometimes the price is 0.0001 but sometimes the price is 0.000001.
4. They have a hard time understanding why crypto has value, especially altcoins, they can't understand why something that is not regulated by the government is trustworthy.

Maybe my understanding of crypto is too superficial, I can't introduce the benefits of crypto to others very well, but to be honest, introducing crypto is much harder than introducing stocks or others.
I think crypto has great potential, but now it is difficult for many people to understand, so it seems to be inconvenient to promote.
I hope that crypto will pay more attention to the user experience in the future, making it easy to use and easy to understand, rather than only solving technical problems.
2  Other / Beginners & Help / The anger of crypto beginners on: November 23, 2018, 10:01:33 AM
As a newcomer to crypto, I tried to learn more about crypto in the forums these days, but I am confused that there are so many scams in crypto, I saw them in the Scam Accusations section.
I was shocked, they are so many, I thought that I can avoid scams with a prudent investment, but now it looks like I am wrong, so many scams make you hard to guard against.
These scams are full of forums, they are everywhere, they are so much that it is incredible.
I even saw them in the Bitcoin section: BOUNTY !!!!!!!!!!!! BOUNTY !!!!!!!!!!

As a newcomer, investment failure is not terrible, the terrible thing is scams. If the newcomer falls into the trap of scam at the beginning, it will destroy any trust of newcomers to crypto.
I used to have a lot of investment experience in investing in stocks, investing in futures, etc., but I have never seen any market with so many scams like crypto.
This is just a crypto beginners questioning the current crypto market. I don't think crypto is scam, but the current situation makes me angry.
If I am wrong, please point out,I am just a newcomer.
3  Other / Beginners & Help / I am a crypto newcomer , where should I start? on: November 17, 2018, 09:45:35 AM
My friend introduce crypto to me last month, and my friend also told me about this forum. then I bought 2 BCH few days ago, because I saw my friend also bought BCH. now there are 2 coins in my wallet called BCHSV. My friend told me that this is also BCH,but I still don't understand it. Now my concern is that their prices have been falling, and I donít know if the price will rise again.
It was obviously a bad start for a crypto newcomer. Now what should I do, where should I start?
I have spent some time getting familiar with here. here are so many altcoins here, but I don't know which one is worth investing?
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