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Author Topic: Peter Schif's Radio Show with Bitcoin's Donald Norman(June 20/11)  (Read 911 times)
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June 26, 2011, 06:15:31 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTr_hTC90oQ

Schiff asks some great questions as he is initially very skeptical of Bitcoin.

Check it out and pass it on!!!

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Donald seemed flustered and underprepared, at times failing to address the question that was asked. For example, at the very beginning when Peter asks how bitcoin works and what's been going on lately, Donald spends the first 30 seconds speculating on Satoshi's identity, then moves on to talking about his consultancy business, then says that bitcoin is underdeveloped and people don't know how to secure their computer from getting hacked, then finally starts to talk about the advantages of bitcoin without having first defined what it is. So to a person who had never heard of it, they'd still be pretty much in the dark halfway into the first segment.

I hope that people spend some time working on their advocacy message if they're going to be interviewed about bitcoin.
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