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January 11, 2019, 03:22:35 AM
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I am looking for feedback on an info graphic I am working on.  It is targeted towards educating people who already know about Bitcoin and helping people teach others about Bitcoin.  I would like to have more eyes review it so I can get some feedback.  Primary I would like feed back on wording and organization.  Design comments and anything else you can think of is also welcomed!

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January 11, 2019, 06:33:42 AM
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I think there is too much detail, primarily the details of the OSI 7-layer burrito, TOR, and satellites. I would like like to suggest that you focus the presentation on a particular audience.

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Quoting for visibility, the OP is a newbie.

Too much information. I was expecting a very short and easily scannable contents. infographic should be short and fun to read as far as I know. This is kind of boring to be honest.

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January 11, 2019, 07:56:48 PM
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Another feedback :
1. Last time i missed the part of your target audience, so IMO it's too detailed and looks like it's targeted for tech savvy or computer science student. You should remove the details on Internet and TOR, unless you specifically want the reader know about it.
2. I don't see why CT/Confidental transaction is grouped with CoinJoin since both of them aren't dependent to each other
3. CT and stealth address proposed/developed by one of Bitcoin developer, but it's not used on Bitcoin. So i think you shouldn't include it on your Infographic

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January 13, 2019, 04:33:25 AM
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Quote from: odolvlobo
I would like to suggest that you focus the presentation on a particular audience.
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infographic should be short and fun to read as far as I know. This is kind of boring to be honest.
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IMO it's too detailed and looks like it's targeted for tech savvy or computer science student.
I agree that is overwhelming, and boring.  I think the main problem is that is to technical with regards to following the connecting lines.

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I don't see why CT/Confidental transaction is grouped with CoinJoin since both of them aren't dependent to each other
It is meant to be read as two types of confidential transactions: coinJoin and Stealth transactions.


The reason for including VPNs, TOR, and types of confidential transactions is to showcase the layers of abstraction used to create private transactions.  For example using CoinJoin to open and close lightning channels over Tor etc.  I think the infographic may be trying to bite off more than it should.  I thought that including the sattlies could showcase how decentralized the network will become in the coming decades.  Just imagine a country trying to censor packets that are being routed around their firewall by satellites performing onion routing.
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January 13, 2019, 10:22:57 AM
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Why don't you break this into 3 or 4 infographics?

There is far too much information and from different subjects, from mining to onion , passing through mankind and payment channels.

It should be one infographic for each subject in my opinion

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