I didn't think Wikipedia was crazy either when I first came across it in 2003.
That's an interesting analogy.
One of the predecessors of Wikipedia was Nupedia, a free encyclopedia being developed by qualified people. I didn't think it was crazy - I thought it was a great way to expand free culture.
I knew it wasn't perfect, but I couldn't articulate what needed to be fixed to make it succeed. And indeed it didn't succeed. When the notion of a wiki and an encyclopedia were joined, I knew that this one would really
Maybe it's the same with Bitcoin. It might succeed. Or maybe it's the next
one that will really succeed. I reckon bitcoin has a 30% chance of making the kind of difference to the world that Wikipedia made.
Anyway, back to the topic of this post ("Re: I am 19. WTF Do I know?"), I wish I knew half as much as kiba when I was 19.