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BCH adoption; Only one Marc, 66,309 + 84.2k and still counting, yet they called it a joke?
Do we believe in the adoption of BCH, who is BCH for? These questions bother me as I begin to write this article.
BCH adoption is to see that most people around the world accept and use BCH in the same way they spend their local Fiat currencies. But how can they accept what they do not know, how will they know if they are not told, and how will they be told if there is no way to teach them? Any methods that would satisfy the above or anything would be an acceptable view.
I believe in the concept of the read.cash and noise.cash as the open gates of BCH adoption, attracting thousands of people around the world. But some people call it child's play. Even well-known personalities in the BCH community look down on them. Some say it belongs to people from poor countries who do not contribute to the growth of BCH. They said they do not believe in the sites, and that they need real investors who will come with bags of dollars, not those who want to get BCH for free. I read a comment from a significant person in the Bitcoin community in a post about noise.cash effects in BCH adoption on Reddit, which says noise.cash only extracts people from poor countries, and the focus should be on finding real people in the BCH community. What this person is saying is that users in read.cash and noise.cash does not add value to the BCH adoption narrative. Many others call it @MarcDeMesel business.
It saddens me to read such reports from people like this about this beautiful platform and its sister noise. I think credit is not given to the right person in the right sense. If you check out the BCH adoption news published online you rarely find a reference to Marc's name. Only one Marc, 66, 309 +, and over 84.2k has been adopted into the Bitcoin cash community and people still call it a child's play. If we can find just one more Marc BCH will become a household name all over the world.
With the gates of read and noise, the adoption of BCH in Africa and Nigeria in particular has increased in the past three months. As of early 2020, I doubt anyone would know about BCH in Nigeria. Nigerians know a lot about the popular BTC through Binance. Today, the search for where to find BCH online has increased dramatically thanks to Marc.
Whether business or not, I think this Marc deserves special references in the BCH archive if any. Everything is a business, everyone wants to do something for themselves, but the one who became the gate and door for others to enjoy a good life through his business deserves good credit.
Are read and noise users really from poor countries? They may be, but many are not poor as a person, and some have gone to bring their dollar bags, investing in BCH. Even those who had been poor as a person are not anymore. Many of them have learned the pros and cons of cryptocurrency and made a lot of investments in the system. They can help their people back home, thus spreading BCH awareness.
Obviously, I believe it is ordinary people who will make BCH successful. These people are ready to use BCH, they are not so worried about going to the moon. If there are BCH merchants, they need further capital inflow to continue in the business. The elites are not ready to spend BCH daily. Most are waiting for BCH to go to the moon for as many years as it may take. But those they called common are the real basis for BCH growth.
Let's give credit to the one who deserves it. This Marc deserves some medals as a BCH champion. Everyone must start at some point in time and it doesn't matter how and where you start from. True, not everyone will remain a BCH user but most will certainly do. Whether they earned BCH or they put their Fiat money into it is not the question now but the probability of seeing the majority continue with BCH for a long time.
Do you see the trash up here? No article outside of Crypto space about what Marc is doing in the Bitcoin cash community. And even when the writer of the screenshots text above knew about it, he concluded that it's not real adoption. What is real adoption anyway? Maybe I don't understand it yet, maybe I just don't know how things work in the truest sense. But what I do know is that anyone who has a BCH-founded wallet is a potential BCH adoptee.
Got that right? It feels like a megachurch. What a metaphoric description and water pouring on a noble project. It doesn't help adoption they said, but we have been here for over a year now, and many of us can now boast of a growing portfolio. Isn't that adoption? Most of us have taken it upon ourselves to spread BCH awareness in our localities, and many more people are coming in every day.
This one is a little bit nicer. Though he thought it was a stupid idea, he did admit to the fact that it helps the adoption of BCH. Many of such people are out there who still think everything going on here and noise. cash is a stupid idea.
I believe this is undeserving to the person of Marc whose ideas or initiatives are backing these projects. Not only developers deserve commendations, promoters who have gone out of the way to do something extraordinary deserve more accolades. In my judgment, this is the real BCH adoption.