10 years later

A little more than 10 years ago, I published a questionnaire that reflected a snapshot of opinions on technology. Two years later, in a post about candy wrappers, okroshka and investments, I attached an identical questionnaire that showed the structure of public opinion change. I gnaw at my elbows that I did not repeat the survey this year in 2017. But better late than never.

A lot has changed since then. Technology has turned the head of both the most talented scientists and inveterate swindlers. A more functional consensus computer is about to rise to the top of Olympus. And behind him dozens more.

In view of the emergence of more productive and functional consensus machines, for me personally, the original question has changed its color. Therefore, the answer “Bitcoin has every chance” is already perceived in a completely different way.

Nevertheless, I think it will be interesting for everyone to follow the evolution of public opinion regarding perhaps the most amazing technology of our time. So I decided to keep the questionnaire as it is. Press the button.

Only registered users can participate in the survey. Come in, please.

Does Bitcoin have a chance to become something serious?

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I do not know what it is

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I heard, but I don’t understand how these candy wrappers work

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Bitcoin has every chance. I believe in them

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I am at a loss to answer. We will see

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There is no chance. Geeks will play and interest will cool down

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Chances are if governments don’t get in the way

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Nobody has voted yet. There are no abstentions.

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