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To be clear, I am not against bitcoin, or any other of the so-called “cryptocurrencies” (cybercurrency sounds more accurate, but I’ll stick with the current convention). Neither in principle nor in practice do I object to these immaterial, manufactured, fiat currencies. Hell, I’ve had a bitcoin wallet since 2011, when I parked a few hundred bucks in it when it was at $8 a BTC.
So I’m fine with bitcoin—but I’m not a mindless cheerleader for the thing.
When talking about bitcoin, cognoscenti have to admit, and neophytes have to understand, that bitcoin does not do all that people claim it does. Far from it, bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies are severely limited.