RE: The vast majority define crypto assets wrongly!

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7 months ago - 1 minutes read

I've heard about bitcoin more than 10 years ago and it's just a year ago that I started learning what blockchain/crypto asset is.

Whenever I tried to introduce blockchain/crypto to persons that I know, they would immediately thought of cryptocurrency (especially bitcoin). I think the reason for this is that most people are more interested in things or assets that have monetary values attached to them? And Bitcoin became the default definition of crypto?

One of the ways I can think of that can help up properly define crypto assets is through mass adoption. What I mean by this is if we build more dApps that people would use and realize the different ways crypto can be utilized (that is aside from cryptocurrency only). 😊


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