How about starting with something that doesn't cost them a month's wages in fees for one transaction?
Edit: cause I know you don't know.
An average monthly salary in Venezuela is 248,510 bolivars (US $2.20).
pepperthepep1 - 2 years account age. -15 - 35 comment karma.6 months ago
Well as being said - theres other crypto currencies which have much less transaction costs.
Exactly this. While everyone is trashing BCH, it quite literally is functioning as the White Paper describes by keeping on chain functional and cheap.
For this exact reason. The social and humanitarian change that bitcoin was supposed to bring.
BTC has outpriced 5 billion of the poorest because it’s devs are more concerned about security than they are about usability and adoption.
So they’ve kept it limited and expensive. Then they changed the narrative into “store of value” for rich white people, instead of “currency for the world”.
The hijacking is complete, rendering it, in my opinion, no longer the Bitcoin I invested in.
theyve fallen so low into socialism its going to be difficult to fight their way back up. If the average person could afford a rifle, that would go a long way towards restoring the balance of power between the people and the government. It would have been much easier to secure their future before they became a blasted wreck.
Its even sadder to watch other countries follow their example, diving headlong into socialism. Argentinians have basically just voted themselves to be the next venezuela.
Socialism by itself is not a huge problem. Some of the wealthiest countries in the world per capita are social democracies. The problem is reckless application of socialism without being able to fund it.
The idea that governments are scared of an armed populace is stupid. This isn't the 1800s anymore, the people have no answer to drones and tanks and helicopter gunships. You've been drinking too much NRA coolaid.
> Socialism by itself is not a huge problem.
Socialism is the core of the problems in the modern world.
Its bad news in a nutshell.
> Some of the wealthiest countries in the world per capita are social democracies
The less socialist, the better they are off economically. Scandinavia has some social programs, they are like a bad cocaine habit: expensive but not yet fatal.
> The idea that governments are scared of an armed populace is stupid.
In the words of japanon, you are apparently another "fantastically retarded motherfucker".