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The 1 Simple Thing Bitcoiners could do to make it go supernova is the 1 thing they aren’t doing.

Picture this, cryptofellas:

You walk into a church️, synagogue, union hall, some such.

Enter from the back. You take one step before you realize …

This place is packed with ladies.

And in that split-second, you catch snippets …

They’re talking about … whatever. It’s not your thing, and alarm bells are going off in your head.

And now, a few of them have clocked …. INTRUDER.

Staring. More heads. Look, ladies!

They’re not hostile.

Not at all. Welcoming, actually.

So welcoming, that 10 jump up, approaching you. One even grabs your hand, to pull you in.

(Alarm bells ringing shrilly now. This. Is. Not. My. Tribe.)

How do you feel? What do you do?

Here’s what you do:

  1. Wheel about.
  2. Go WAAAAAHHHH!!!! …. screaming out the door you just entered. (“Who’s the idiot who gave me this address? I’m gonna kill him!”)

That, crypto-chaps …. is how a lot of women feel about Bitcoin and crypto.

BOYS’ toys, made BY boys, FOR boys, using BOYS’ language, addressing problems BOYS have.

Cryptofellas tend to be worried about I, Me, Austrian economics, personal freedom, surveillance, police state, Big Brother, etc.

Important, all of it.

The ladies are not disinterested in this stuff, but are (typically) more focused on We, Us, community, together-freedom, safety, families, walking downtown at 2AM without fear. (To name a few.)

Bitcoin and crypto have taken off. But they haven’t gained cruising altitude.

And they won’t …. until the BitcoinBoys address WOMEN’s priorities, think in THEIR heads, in THEIR language.

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David Kimbell

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