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For the record. I'm not just complaining. I'm simply stating that Mikes market predictions are completely baseless and misleading, and outright stupid.
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You don't want a 2017 part 2?
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No, and no one else should either. That event cemented the public's opinion that crypto as a whole is a scam, ponzi scheme bubble. Happening again would only reaffirm that belief.
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Sadly, retarded people like Mike and Jared are in majority. There is little hope for p2p money.
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The crypto experiment has failed, at least where the satoshi whitepaper is concerned.
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I remember when people said "This Internet thing isn't going to really amount to much. It's just a fad."
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Can we please, stop fucking equating crypto to the early internet everytime there is a critical and glaring flaw in it?
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May I ask your age?
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Age is but a number. Some millenials like The Beatles, good enough for my kids' grandpa.

Sure, people wise up with age.
1) Supposedly.
2) Then some matured early way beyond their age.
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My young daughter just realized that she likes the Beatles. But the reason I asked his age was because he claims that crypto adoption can't be compared to the adoption of the internet.
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Actually, it is very apparent that crypto does not replicate the adoption curve of the internet or any popular apps on the net (like social media).
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For me, each of them (internet, social media, crypto) has some similarities (track), but mostly unique for each has its own conditions (complexities, risk, peer pressure, and so on).
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Very convincing. Not sure why I didn't see it before.
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I want to know if he was actually there, like I was, to see what he bases his claim on. They seem similar to me. Younger people often think the time they live in is the most novel.
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Then let's ask DarkSpace if he was there at the time (skip the age). And also while at it, if he was there during ICQ, IRC, America Online (AOL), and even CompuServe, just in case.😉
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I wasn't. I don't need to have lived through it to understand it and know it's nothing like crypto.
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Everyone is entitled to his/her own opinion on things. 👍
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There's also age indicator from response to "may I ask your age" question.

TL/DR: millenials tend to not respond, older adults are less threatened and answer, at least with a bracket.
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Please do look at this purely from… uhm, scientific/psychologic/educational? point of view. I have no intention of cornering let alone suppressing anyone.

And I'm rambling, sorry…
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I've said too much… Too revealing (of my age)… Crap, you've got me!
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It is like the early Internet.
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It's not. The internet was successful.
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The Internet of money is a much bigger target. Patience grasshopper.
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A target it cannot hit with centralized governance.
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We shall see.
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Maybe you can help point the specifics as to which bit in the satoshi whitepaper did the crypto experiment failed?