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How would you help with adoption of BTC without technical knowledge?

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2022-04-24 03:29:38 UTC
Any tangible contribution, small or large, would be of interest to me. Please inspire me :)
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2022-04-24 11:05:07 UTC
<p>At this point the adoption is happening technical but also as a question in society:</p><p>You can always make btc a normal thing in your life to influence your sourroundings without annoying them, ask to pay in satoshis to frame the idea of a normal currency, not just an illegal investment. Be vocal about your values and decisions...</p><p>Besides you can always donate to for example core developers to fund their work.</p>
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2022-04-24 19:21:19 UTC
<ul><li>Talk to your friends about how you're investing in bitcoin (good friends who you trust!)</li><li>If you owe people money for things like coffee or lunch, offer to pay them back in bitcoin.</li><li><span style="color: rgb(229, 232, 222);">If you sell products or services, offer a discount for people that pay using bitcoin. This way they are incentivised to adopt it in order to get the discount.</span></li><li>Create cool websites like this one ;)</li><li>Simply buy and hold bitcoin. Every satoshi not available on exchanges drives the price up and causes more people to pay attention.</li></ul>
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2022-04-26 05:47:27 UTC
<p>Exchange goods or services for Bitcoin. If a friend owes you money, ask if they can pay you in Bitcoin.</p><p><br></p><p>Download a lightning wallet, like <a href="https://muun.com/" target="_blank">Muun</a> and click receive, done. You're now living in a Bitcoin standard.</p>
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2022-06-26 23:26:48 UTC
<p>In Order to help with the adoption of Bitcoin, Users need to be able to have more confidence in the safety of their funds. We have to undermines</p><p>the function of cryptocurrency as a store of value. There should be increasingly less democracy in the bitcoin ecosystem with large mining companies entering the system and big investors holding large amounts of bitcoin. Solutions to future problems as scalability and the height of transaction fees are not being dealt with efficiently.</p>
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2022-04-27 02:35:03 UTC
<p>There are so many things you can do to help adoption! </p><p><br></p><p>If you're in the US, you'll soon be able to pay with Bitcoin over the Lightning Network at most major retailers once the Strike integration with two of the biggest PoS systems in the world goes live later this year. By actually utilizing that payment method you'll help adoption.</p><p><br></p><p>Other than that, showing and explaining how Bitcoin is the first truly decentralized rules based monetary system is a great way to spread the word.</p><p><br></p><p>Lastly, even with pretty limited technical ability, most people could be running their own Bitcoin node or even a fully blown Lighthing node. Projects such as Umbrel has made it super easy to get set up and is in my opinion the single best thing you can do to help both the Bitcoin network and the Lightning network grow and stay decentralized.</p>
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2022-04-27 13:01:52 UTC
<p>Watch this video about how to be a bitcoin Elmer. It takes effort, personal relationship, and follow-up but if its family or friend this method should be effective. </p><p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=va-OL7uZqh0" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=va-OL7uZqh0</a></p>
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2022-05-16 07:19:56 UTC
<p>Tell your family about your bitcoin investment strategy (excellent pals you can trust!)</p><p>Offer to pay individuals in bitcoins if you owe them money for items such coffee or lunch.</p><p>If you provide goods or services, give customers who pay with bitcoin a discount. This incentivizes them to embrace it in addition to receiving the discount.</p><p><br></p><p>Make amazing sites like this one</p><h3>Simply buy bitcoin and keep it. Every nakamoto that isn't available on exchanges increases the price and raises awareness.</h3>