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February 10, 2016, 03:06:51 PM
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yes i also think the same . that is to teach anyone about btc is a tedious work .
and i also think it is totally useless to explain them .
the better way to explain them is to leave them to understand itself.
i had started to explain my many friends about it but all of them says that it us a way to make fool to any person .
they said that it is also like practical money and there is speed and fast way to earn btc without taking risk .
so i think. t is a useless work to tell about btc to any person .

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February 10, 2016, 03:08:42 PM
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No its pretty good for the future of the bitcoin itself.
The bitcoin is getting bigger everyday so its good.

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February 10, 2016, 09:12:50 PM
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No its pretty good for the future of the bitcoin itself.
The bitcoin is getting bigger everyday so its good.

Yeah its getting bigger and popular day by day, and that is a good sign for the bitcoin community, so more users will lead to bitcoin getting more popular, so we should surely recommend it to our friends and family.
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February 10, 2016, 09:27:40 PM
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Initially if your friends or relatives feel it is useful and if they often ask you about bitcoin and you explaining them is not waste of time. You itself can understand who has willing to know and who doesn't. Based on knowing this try to teach them which will be more effective.

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February 10, 2016, 09:48:55 PM
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Initially if your friends or relatives feel it is useful and if they often ask you about bitcoin and you explaining them is not waste of time. You itself can understand who has willing to know and who doesn't. Based on knowing this try to teach them which will be more effective.

Yeah and there would be a scenario that they would hesitate at initial stage, but if you keep on repeating it than they might show some interest and start to learn more about bitcoins. They will not show any interest at initial stage for sure.
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February 11, 2016, 03:39:11 PM
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No, it's not a waste of time. But like the old saying goes, "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink."
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February 11, 2016, 03:44:42 PM
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I have considered telling my family and some of my friends about Bitcoin but whenever I've tried, they fail to understand why it does have value and why it is extremely important specially in the current socioeconomic context.. they don't get it and see it as something really strange. Needless to say I wouldn't tell them to put any money on it. In a way it feels like im keeping something amazing to myself, but at the same time, I don't want to put people into the pressure of holding through rallies long term because most people aren't cut for that.

How to introduce Bitcoin to absolutely clueless people and is there even a point? Should we just let time pass and wait for them to naturally learn about it once it goes more mainstream?


It might sound like a Herculean task to explain the concept of bitcoins to other people but the truth is that it eventually pays off. I have talked to quite a good number of people about bitcoins and a few of them have responded positively. This makes it easier because I have people I can deal with locally. When I feel like selling bitcoins I first contact this people before I go online.

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February 11, 2016, 05:15:03 PM
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If your family & friend is open to for new information then go for it.

If your family & friends isn't interested, then nah. It will be a waste of time

Yes the problem is that they want to make money out of it but they don't want to invest their fiat into it, as they find it risky in investing into digital currency, and the main reason is they are not tech savvy so it becomes difficult to explain them.

That's not so bad I guess. If you can then you can do fun things with them of the rich.
If you only lose money then it is a waste of time.
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