As more fresh-off-the-boat crazies pour into bitcointalk from other make believe/no real life talent required RPG communities, the bar for the best acts of bowel evacuation rises almost as fast as Bitcoin's value, which only goes UP!
To make a name for yourself at any cost is an important charge though, as keeping your lack of education a secret is far too boring and doesn't give you anything to complain about in the 'blogger-sphere'.
Here are some key ingredients to helping you ruin Bitcoin and feel good about not having learned anything in the process.
1) Take a product or service that already exists in the real world, jack up the price, slap a Bitcoin logo on it, call it your "original idea" and degrade it by ignoring any of the necessary common-sensical governing rules or success promoting conditions of its original form, then secure it's demise by blaming the free market and all its participants for the lack of success.
It's important to note that in order to pull this off without needing to learn anything from your mistakes, you'll need to make sure that you do not pay attention to default settings in your e-commerce packages and make sure you have absolutely no capital to refund your customers. This may require in-depth hands-on research as a Wal-mart employee.
2) 3 words-- wordpress, wordpress, wordpress! Whether a trading site that seems to be confused about its identity that produces 1:28 minute mindnumbingly childish slideshows, or a "bank" run by an egomaniac, wordpress is an important part of any Bitcoin business idea as it truly shows your level of talent and professionalism-- none whatsoever!
3) No adults allowed! It can't be stressed enough that adult actions have adult consequences, meaning you have to learn from your mistakes! It's equally essential to make sure you are not over the age of 18 before starting your Bitcoin project, taking special care to structure the size of your project in proportion to your lack of experience-- the less you have the bigger it should be to ensure maximum avalanche effect!
4) Total anonymity in the case there are funds being held by your project. Having people know who you are would only make them mad when you lose their money! Duh!
5) Paintbrush designed graphics and websites designed in 30 seconds on a laptop while riding on a bumpy road in a jeep. Everyone knows that real businessmen don't care about the details. They are captains of industry! Details are for less talented people.
6) A lack of any kind of securities for said business to ensure that customers receive optimum level of fucking over. People are just numbers anyway.
7) Desperation. Nothing says awesome like a reporter that cares what people think about them enough to force the issue, ignore evidence, and promote activity in the bitcoin community that never happens. Bonus points if the restaurant that doesn't exist has 500 locations!
Put yourself in between people and their money as much as possible. Promoting yourself on a webcast is also crucial, but be careful to have a safety net of a laptop or some other electronic pacifier in case guests start asking real questions.
9) Have a criminal record. That's a given.
10) Run to the forums and post as much as possible when things don't immediately go your way. Nothing says 'not learning' like ignoring negotiations and email responses so that you can post a thread about others. I mean, it's only fair. You gave them 5 whole
minutes to respond-- thats like a year in wild west time!