Reddit /u/magnificent_gumdrop said: I really hope we get a few more bitcoiners on here.
I just want to point out that the altcoins are still a bit of a mess, and we still haven’t really got a consensus about how they should be treated.
The best thing to do is to start building a list of coins that are all-or-nothing.
And we need to get a lot more data on them before we start considering which coins are good and which aren’t.
So we should start from a place of data, not just guesswork.
That’s really what we need.
The other thing I’d say is that the “bitcoin cash” movement has been extremely successful in that it’s helped to reduce transaction costs for everyone who uses bitcoin.
That doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t be doing that in the future.
And I’m sure that the Bitcoin Cash developers have their eyes on the future, as well.
But they’re not focused on the present.
If we’re looking to make bitcoin a good investment for the future then we need a little more data and a lot less guesswork about what bitcoin is.
It’s really important that we don’t get ahead of ourselves with our decisions, because we can’t predict the future and we’re not experts in the matter.
[Editor’s Note: I am not an altcoin expert.
But I am aware of the fact that altcoins have done exceptionally well.
So I am posting this information to illustrate how they compare to the traditional financial system.
]EDIT: I’m not an expert in this area, but I am sure that there are some people who do.
And they are doing well, so I think this is worth discussing.
So if anyone has any other comments, suggestions, or criticisms, please feel free to post them below.
I hope this post helps.
-Magnificent Gumdrop (Bitcoiner) EDIT 2: If anyone has suggestions on how to improve this article, feel free, but please keep in mind that I am only a Bitcoiner.
I am trying to provide an honest and fair look at this topic, and if I make a mistake, I will correct it.
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If you’re still having problems, please let me know.
Thanks for reading!