Nobody Cares About Your Early Bitcoin Adopter Status

Nobody Cares About Your Early Bitcoin Adopter Status

Nobody cares when or what price you first bought Bitcoin. Many people use this as a refrain to establish their legitimacy, but it highlights a paucity of other things which to discuss. It’s an “I” centric statement that degrades the overall discussion around Bitcoin.

Laughably, people boast as late as 2013. Cool, you’re an “early adopter.” You bought Bitcoin along with the likes of Mark Karpeles and other Bitcoin “visionaries.”

People evoke the purchase date of their first bitcoins as if they have an upper leg on people who heard about it at a later date, even though most of us heard about it the same way: word of mouth. One of our smart friends told us about it, and, finally, we decided to check it out.

You can find “early adopter” stories scattered across the internet. As many of these stories detail, it doesn’t matter how early you purchased your first bitcoins. You might still be broke.

Tell some of the world’s largest banks and corporations, who entered the

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