Well, a lot of people are arguing over it now. There’s debate between this and that economic school. Between politicians. Between programmers. Don’t listen to all of them though. Some people are smart. Some are misinformed. Some say the system is worth a lot, some say it’s actually worth zero. Some guy actually put a hard number: $1,300 per apple. Some say it’s digital gold, some a currency. Other say they’re just like tulips. Some people say it’ll change the world, some say it’s just a fad.
In Conclusion Millennials or Gen Zers are not a segment or target to market to; they are all of us, eventually :) To segment you need to go much deeper than keywords and descriptions found on the internet, people are not some static info on an excel sheet. You can not create a relevant message by targeting a demographic.
Since then, I refuse to look at people as numbers on a spreadsheet, that just remain static. It seems we enter the Age of Millennials more than have a rigid line of generational differences. We are now in the Age of Gen Z, we passed through the Age of Millennials in which most of us took on the desire of wanting to do something we love for work and other very optimistic views of humanity.