Bitcoin and the Developing World

Will it be a Help or a Hindrance?

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Bitcoin has often been presented as a toy for the rich, an investment for nerds, and a tool for the privileged.

But is it?

Although there is some truth to these objections, they miss the main point about this technology: Decentralization.

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Bitcoin is a revolution and this is what scares most people off. We don't like change, we don´t like learning, we don´t like challenges but they are unavoidable. Technology is an unstoppable force that will change your life whether you want it or not. Ignore it at your own peril.

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Alberto Guerrero

Alberto Guerrero

Author of ´Bitcoin For Mere Mortals´ available @Amazon. Subscribe and drop me a line and I’ll send you a copy for free, no strings attached.

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