Published On: Thu, Jul 14th, 2016

Do You Make These 4 Mistakes When Explaining Cryptocurrency to Newcomers?

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Have you ever found yourself explaining cryptocurrency to someone who knows little or nothing about it? When you know a lot about a topic, it can be difficult to describe it to those with much less base knowledge than yourself. Check out these four mistakes you might be making, and how to fix them to achieve a better understanding from those you converse with.
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This video describes all four mistakes and how to deploy alternatives:

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Explaining Cryptocurrency to Newcomers
1. Don’t Use the Word “Cryptocurrency” — Really
You likely know that “crypto” is short for “cryptographic,” but many or most newcomers will not. And even if they did, they may not know what cryptography is in the first place! Skip the weird-sounding word and instead use terms that anyone can understand — “digital currency” or “digital money” will do just fine.
2. Avoid using buzzwords
The words “permissionless,” “disruptive,” and “trustless” get thrown around a lot — and they also mean very little to newcomers. Avoid …

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