heh, good stuff.
what made you want to do this?
In short, avoidance of inactions despair.
It's not very often in ones lifetime, if ever, that such a clear cut history steering opportunity such as this arises, an opportunity to be a part of a change that reminisces such human developments as the internet itself, or slavery, or transportation, or even the invention of written language. These moral questions most of us have probably asked ourselves are not unique to this situation. "Is this new human tendency something evil or 'bad'? Or, on the other hand, is it something 'good' or enlightened? Does it Improve the human condition?", "Should I actively be opposing this? encouraging it? or should I just let it happen around me, and take no part?" A time where society forces each of it's citizens to decide, even if by inaction, what rights or abilities they feel should be held by humans in the only vote that is actually heard, what they actually do with their lives.
Bitcoin is the first bud in the garden of a worldwide fairly-operated economics system, beyond even the most utopian vision of many great past economists. As it all unfolds over time, bitcoin may fail or prosper, that is beyond us, what isn't beyond us is our ability to hold down the fast forward button while we are alive. the fast forward button of awareness, progress doesn't just take time, it takes awareness, and while it is true that if you wait long enough, the awareness will spread, I don't want to wait. Why wait for a world to slowly catch up to something I feel I have found when I can go around flamboyantly casting attention to it? What the effect of this awareness will end up having I do not know, but since I believe that wide awareness is a huge aide in any massive advancements, this is where I place my effort. Thru bitcoin, I am able to spread the word of decentralized currency as a viable and usable option, point the way down the yellow brick road to financial freedomland.
So I bought some stuff and old sheets from a goodwill, a couple broken hula hoops from walmart(who gave me no discount on broken hula hoops even though thats all there was to choose from), and made a huge bitcoin mask to walk around towns in with little bitcoin papers to hand out.
Glad you liked it, you're an inspiring person:)
and the same to you dear Shortline! What fanciful flowerings your fingers bring forth! my, my! Truly an honor indeed!