In recent years, the crypto sphere has been characterized by both volatility and scrutiny, as well as innovation and expansion.
A major factor that has enabled the industry to remain robust is the community that embraces the technology and its potential to revolutionize digital finance. One of the most influential crypto communities is the one that revolves around Bitcoin (BTC), comprising of millions of members in Reddit forums and events across the world.
At the Bitcoin Prague 2023 conference, Wolf Von Laer, the CEO of Students for Liberty, conversed with Cointelegraph about the character of the Bitcoin community and how it is open to all.
Von Laer suggests that the Bitcoin community may not be as inviting, as those attending events may often appear too technical or even “intense”.
He noted that it was necessary to be more introspective and developed, remarking that if someone wanted to form a community, they should be cautious and inquire if they know anyone who is familiar with Bitcoin and is able to explain it effectively.
The economics of the Bitcoin ATM market could impede wider acceptance.
Von Laer emphasized that everyone has the potential to make a positive impact on the ecosystem and that the network is open to anyone who wishes to become a part of it, thus providing them with ample opportunities.
Others in the wider crypto sphere have also highlighted the significance of having a strong community in the industry, especially during periods of market fluctuation or uncertainty.
Recently, the new Vice President of Marketing at Binance had a conversation with Cointelegraph, emphasizing the need for crypto to bolster its support for the community.
At the EOS network’s 5th anniversary event, the team emphasized the significance of its community in the face of recent difficulties.
The magazine states that Bitcoin is heading towards fulfilling its promise of ‘Net Zero’.
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