Bitcoin is still in the fringes of the general public thinking in spite of it being most of ours obsession. Look at the stats, the majority of you own less than 1 bitcoin, over 97% of you are male and over 80% of you are under the age of 44. Most of you need your money to pay bills. But you wisely invest in Bitcoin.
Gold and Silver are similar to Bitcoin with regards to asset class. The major difference is there are exchanges and infrastructure that promote investment.
Barry Silbert and the Winklevii own the largest exchanges in the US for example. Coinbase reports that they're getting over 100,000 new users in a 3 day period. Are they too stupid to be happy with tiny investors to clog up their systems? If they had 1/100th of those but bigger fish, their systems wouldn't be so strained and their cost per account would diminish substantially.
Neither Gemini nor Coinbase advertise that I have seen. If they were to spend a small amount on CNBC or Bloomberg, they would reach the larger fish AND neither network bites the hand that feeds them and the press on bitcoin would be more favorable. The general audience for these shows is the biggest missing piece of the puzzle. They make up less than 15% and have the most money to invest. This same strategy applies to all exchanges around the world.
You can't go a half an hour without an exchange pushing gold or silver on these business channels.
I'm sure the audience far exceeds 21M viewers. And these boys could easily buy more than 1 bitcoin….for the time being.
I think Silbert and the Winklevii need to hear from us. They hold the key to bringing in customers. Tell them not to be so stingy and stupid being content focusing on volumes of small transactions.