People trade with people. They trust their value to people.
You will attract more cryptoanarchists but if you expect to attract the mainstream it means team building.
Quite frankly if someone told me he was joining an anarchist organization I would just quietly smile to myself and enjoy watching the show.
Something in life really are marketing.
I completely agree with you here. Sadly, there are not enough cryptoanarchists or anarchocapitalists in the world to make bitcoin profitable and robust solely amongst themselves. That being said, the best place to focus our efforts of "mainstreaming" bitcoin might actually be through a more generalized movement.
I think that you hit the nail on the head with your statement about marketing. However, I think it also boils down to value. I have a hard enough time convincing my girlfriend about the value of bitcoins, and she has to hear me talk about this stuff day in and day out. Unfortunately the value innate in bitcoins (possible anonymity, decentralization, known limited supply, etc) are things that only we as crypto-anarchists find valuable. Even if my girlfriend actually agrees with me, I'm hardly going to be able to convince her to spend $100USD on bitcoins when she can go out and buy a lot more cool things with that $100, like say buy a new dress. That leaves me with a couple options:
1. I convince her that buying bitcoins now will allow her to buy 2 dresses in the future. When in the future? I don't know
2. I show her that "everyone's doing it," but in this case it's only me and she already knows that by definition if I'm doing it, everyone else is not.
Alternatively, I could figure out a business model for bitcoins that make them valuable to the run of the mill mainstreamer. However, because bitcoins themselves have no intrinsic value, I can only offer existing goods and services for which there is a known direct demand, eg. intrinsic value. Since the good/service is the same regardless of bitcoin/usd payment, the easier choice for the consumer (and they generally choose the easier path) is to simply stick with USD.
Therefore, I have come to the conclusion that until a new product/service is offered, for which bitcoin and all its glorious properties is not only a good fit, but the only fit, the market for bitcoins will be limited to us crazy crypto-anarchists.