Youtube is possibly the best way to promote mass adoption of anything, all the famous trends are usually originated from it. Just look at the immense amount of followers pewdie has or logan paul, and they practically do nothing but entertain. But!
What would happen if Bitcoin Cash were to became the number one option of the most famous youtubers? Let's take a look at the statistical differences between Youtube and were Bitcoin Cash was firstly created at.
On 15 November 2018, a hard fork chain split of Bitcoin Cash occurred between two rival factions called Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin SV. On 15 November 2018 Bitcoin Cash traded at about $289, and Bitcoin SV traded at about $96.50, down from $425.01 on 14 November for the un-split Bitcoin Cash.
In just 4 years Bitcoin Cash managed to dominate major parts of two social media and one major site, with them being:
Bitcoin.com / Twitter/ Reddit
Numerically speaking the reddit is currently the social media that most bitcoin cash supporters use, and the sub-reddit named r/btc.
Additionally, more and more people are reportedly switching to Bitcoin Cash daily. But is that enough for mass adoption?
Whether the answer is yes or no isn't the point, the point is that convincing the most famous youtubers to prefer Bitcoin Cash instead of paypal/ youtube/ credit card payments.
Why? Take a look at this comparison of the two Social media, reddit+ youtube:
3 years passed and there's no doubt the number has increased dramatically, nowadays videos can reach a number higher than the total usage of the youtube users at 2019.
Now let's take a look at reddit.
The number seems close to youtube with these two images but, that couldn't be further from the truth. Reddit has millions of subs, millions of different interests, millions of different type of users, people, interests.
And despite how youtube is also similar in that aspect, there's a major difference that deems youtube in terms of pure promotion, superior.
This is a video of pewdie, supposedly the most watched youtuber.
It's just a funny music video right? Seems stupid, perhaps you dislike the youtuber for your own reasons, maybe he doesn't deserve his views, but point is...
In only two years. This video, managed to be watched 206.041.008 times.
206 million times...
His most watched videos are even more than that, now take a look at this.
The total amount of cryptocurrency not bitcoin cash users, is literally lower in terms of popularity than one video of pewdie.
Now imagine if pewdie were to make a video "Do you want to piss of the banks and donal trump? Well you should seriously use this!"
Like this meme for example. Imagine if it was pewdie saying this, and instead of bitcoin - bitcoin cash, it was Bitcoin Cash vs Governments- Banks
Literally all the ages, races, social backgrounds people, would join in the hype even more than when ellon musk promoted Dogecoin.
Now the question you have in your head is probably this:
Okay I agree convincing super youtubers accepting Bitcoin Cash sounds very bad ass but how?
That can be achieved through various ways, depend on the youtuber, depend on his interests, depend on his ideology, depend on his background, and whether some other cryptocurrency grabbed him first.
Contacting some youtubers and convincing them by using the narrative that we can increase both their views, their profit, but also the entertainment of their viewers, while also benefitting everyone financially is the first step.
Some of them will be more than willing to increase their profit but also find something new to integrate, but also something that's ACTUALLY operational unlike Bitcoin.
We just have to reach out to them.