I believe that Bitcoin, like all digital currencies, is not designed to be adopted by mainstream adoption.
The reason I believe this is that most people in the US do not understand Bitcoin.
This lack of understanding can be partly attributed to a lack of exposure to the technology itself, but it also has to do with the fact that the Bitcoin community has not yet reached out to mainstream adoption and that the mainstream adoption of Bitcoin is not as much a function of understanding the technology as it is a function with understanding how Bitcoin works.
For example, Bitcoin has been adopted by the media and by many in the startup community.
However, this adoption has been slow, and people have not understood how Bitcoin operates and its uses.
People often have no idea what Bitcoin is, and this makes it hard for them to understand how Bitcoin is different from other digital currencies.
I believe mainstream adoption is much more likely to happen when mainstream adopters can see Bitcoin as something they can be proud of.
Bitcoin is designed to scale, so people should see it as a currency that can be used as a medium of exchange for everything from money to goods and services.
For that reason, I believe the Bitcoin ecosystem will likely continue to grow and will not disappear anytime soon.
This article was originally published on The Conversation.
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