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July 24, 2018, 10:24:27 AM
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Bitcoin is like Blade, the vampire/human hybrid who slays vampires.

Bitcoin is similar to a hybrid between gold and credit cards. It has most of the strengths of both, with none of their weaknesses.

An example of this is bitcoin having more intrinsic value than a credit card due to it being deflationary and algorithmically printed. This guarantees responsible and ethical production of funds which cannot be hyperinflated. This form of intrinsic value represent traits historically associated with gold.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, bitcoin can conduct electronic transactions via point and click operations similar to credit cards. This ease of use and convenience represents traits historically associated with wire transfers and credit cards.

Bitcoin thus represents the best of both worlds with very few if any of their limitations. It has the intrinsic value of gold without the physical constraints or difficulties of storing gold or using it to conduct transactions. And the speed and convenient user experience of credit cards without their lack of intrinsic value.

Anyways, I was trying to think of a way of communicating bitcoin's features within a decent marketing framework that would allow it to connect better with the general public. And this silly idea is the best I could come up with.   Cheesy

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I was trying to think of a way of communicating bitcoin's features within a decent marketing framework that would allow it to connect better with the general public. And this silly idea is the best I could come up with.   Cheesy
PayPal and credit cards know every transaction you deal with. They have your data, your invoice which they can sell to companies without your consent, and they won't even bother to split a share for you.

Bitcoin won't know what store you used it for. Bitcoin can't sell your data to companies. In short, bitcoin doesn't care who you are.

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July 24, 2018, 10:47:13 PM
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Bitcoin is like Wesley Snipes?  There's definitely a joke about not paying taxes in there somewhere.   Cheesy

It's sometimes difficult to come up with simple ways to explain Bitcoin to the masses, so I wouldn't say your efforts here are silly at all.  If I manage to think of anything to add, I'll edit it in here later.

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Bitcoin is like Blade, the vampire/human hybrid who slays vampires.

Bitcoin is similar to a hybrid between gold and credit cards. It has most of the strengths of both, with none of their weaknesses.

An example of this is bitcoin having more intrinsic value than a credit card due to it being deflationary and algorithmically printed. This guarantees responsible and ethical production of funds which cannot be hyperinflated. This form of intrinsic value represent traits historically associated with gold.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, bitcoin can conduct electronic transactions via point and click operations similar to credit cards. This ease of use and convenience represents traits historically associated with wire transfers and credit cards.

Bitcoin thus represents the best of both worlds with very few if any of their limitations. It has the intrinsic value of gold without the physical constraints or difficulties of storing gold or using it to conduct transactions. And the speed and convenient user experience of credit cards without their lack of intrinsic value.

Anyways, I was trying to think of a way of communicating bitcoin's features within a decent marketing framework that would allow it to connect better with the general public. And this silly idea is the best I could come up with.   Cheesy

Nor is there absolutely no weakness. As technology is becoming more modern and electronic money is too. Over time, the technology of pre-eminent electronic devices has not been fully functional yet it can not be called without weaknesses. As the technology innovation period will be more modern, there will be new technologies for security and application higher than previous generations. They will either be removed or considered eligible to move on.
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