Bitcoin is the very definition of bubble… yes?

I am no Bitcoin expert. I read the papers on how it works (years ago) and some news from media outlets I trust (definitely not Bloomberg and CNN). And that’s about it. I do not mine. I do not trade. I have yet to done my first Bitcoin transaction.

The idea of having a non-centralized, unregulated currency fascinates me.

Large banks, developed countries, and wolves from Wall Streets (Goldman Sachs might set a new stage for Bitcoin exchange) might not love it because that means end of world control and currency exploitation over smaller developing countries.

Bitcoin is unlike anything else in the past because:

Where there’s risk there’s opportunities?

The dramatic fluctuation of the crypto currency has defies the original purpose of the invention.

Would you spend your coin today if its value might surge 20 or 30% next month?

How would you feel, if you bought a car with 2 Bitcoins earlier this year and found out that the same amount of coins could buy you five or six car (the very same model!) today ?

So is Bitcoin the very definition of a bubble?

I don’t know.

Enlighten me please.

Very good interview – This hits me real hard. Read it twice, at least. 

Some key takeaways – 

"Their point was that the industry overvalues experience, and undervalues strategic and tactical flexibility."

"Great products happen when people build a product for themselves."

"I know that if I have a product that works, I can hire a marketing and sales and distribution team, and I can do it in a week."

"At Novell, we had what I called “glue” people. They sit at the boundaries, and help everyone work together. I tried to get rid of them because you don’t “need” them…" 

"She [Marissa Mayer] maintained a Top 100 list with 300 things on it, and would try to get these things to talk with each other."

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Maybe you feel stretched thin across all your social media accounts, or haven’t even gotten started yet because you’re frozen by “analysis paralysis.”

When it comes to marketing your business, social media isn’t just fun and games. There’s content strategizing and campaign planning, update optimization, ROI tracking, and more to worry about.

But even before all that, you have to decide which social media networks you’re going to join.

Top Social Media Platforms & Their Audiences

With limited time and resources, how do you choose which social media networks to invest your time in?

This recent article by +KeriLynn Engel might have an answer for you – http://www.webhostingsecretrevealed.net/blog/socialmedia-marketing/which-social-media-platform-should-your-business-be-on/ 

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