Nor am I god, king, or bitcoin czar who has the power to create and enforce arbitrary rules of when people can release "new currencies" on the Internet. Give me a break, if this "arbitrary rule" was the only thing you have a problem with my crazy idea, then I must have done pretty well.
In part, the proposal would be more sensible with an introduction of testnet testing for such new systems before live release; i.e. standardization. Beyond that, the most serious issue is blanket assumption of unproven assertions from a clearly biased viewpoint with no empirical backing - opinion declared as fact
. It's one thing to offer an idea, another to do so with dictatorial undertones.
Your initial response was not related to the topic or proposal, but geared toward defending personal credibility and reassertion of opinion. The emotional fervor and reactionary defensiveness only detract from your stance; who's to say that such irrationality didn't influence the thinking behind the ideas? In other words: calm down and discuss the ideas, not your ego.
Sorry to say but "investing" in Bitcoin (and any other cryptocurrency) itself is gambling.
Understandable; to each his own
Whatever bitcoin I gain, I sell immediately because people right now are willing to give good money for a what amounts to a virtual item that is worth nothing to me. Unlike stocks which would make me part owner of a company, the value of a bitcoin based on speculation and its perceived value. Maybe it may change in the future where Bitcoin becomes universal but I'm not counting on it.
Worth nothing to you
. The rest suggests unawareness of what
the Bitcoin crypto-currency system is and its deeper implications. Explore the reason for what others
see in Bitcoin and how the system compares to historical concepts. Proposing ideas and asking questions goes far, but leave the personal issues alone.
I much prefer USD which is near universal and I can buy food with.
A critical point, relative to the moment. What of its future? There is a reason that the short-sighted suffer; the system must
be understood to predict its likely progress whether it be the US dollar system or Bitcoin - again, opinion is not necessarily factual.