Fang Talks


It’s not so much about the force you apply, as it is about how that force grows itself over time.

And as far as powers in today’s technology scene go, I think the blockchain has more than cemented itself as “the next big thing”. Sure it’s all about how you put that force to good use, but let’s be honest: Bitcoin isn’t going to go anywhere. Ethereum isn’t going to go anywhere. They fought and conquered the spaces they entered, leaving an absurd trail of easy profits and *~industry disruption~* in their wake. They deserve the have that acknowledged.

The past few days of interacting with the people in this space may have left me a bit high on its very infectious “changing the world” vibes, but even sober me will easily concur that we’re very close to the end of an era. And if you ask me, that’s going to be the era of fiat and centralized governance. Heed my words, sweet summer child: Buy Bitcoin.

It’s never too late, it’s never too little. When the world turns itself upside down, however low you’ve managed to fall it how high you’ve somehow gotten.
~ Fang


  • 19/10/2017 (2:07 PM)

    I don’t think you’re wrong about the blockchain and how it’s going to change things, but I feel a lot of people feel priced out of bitcoin now. It’s why there are so many cheaper emerging coins. The whole thing is getting a little crazy and messed up. I hope it can sort itself out.

    • 20/10/2017 (1:17 AM)

      I really need to get myself one of those shirts that says “YOU CAN BUY HALF A BITCOIN”. In fact, Bitcoin are divisible up to 18 decimal places after the comma, so for as much as five bucks you could have yourself 0.001 BTC.

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