Bitcoin went a long way from the times when only a handful of nerds even knew what it was. Of course, many of those who know what Bitcoin is are still nerds but that’s not the point.
The point is – Bitcoin is becoming a proper household name now. That doesn’t yet mean that EVERYONE knows what Bitcoin and blockchain are, or that EVERYONE who knows what they are owns some, but it seems that we’re on the right path.
Who Wants to be a (Bitcoin) Millionaire
The “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” is one of the most recognisable game shows in the world. It is also one of the oldest. And the Australian version of it just became quite popular on crypto-related forums around the world. And all because of one of the featured questions:
One of the options proposed to the participant really caught the eye of many people within the crypto-sphere. The “Brickstring” was widely discussed on Reddit and it seems that many people used it as a starting point to create other, similar propositions.
If you can count on one thing, it is the creativity of fellow internet users…
Bitcoin and blockchain still have a long way to go, as far as global adoption is concerned. But seeing it appear on shows like the WWtbaM shows just how long they already went.