Dominic Frisby does not understand people who do not understand cryptocurrency. His endearing term for such people are “no coiners” and believes they are responsible for “deliberate recalcitrance.” Essentially, they are determined to not understand.
Dominic also points to what he believes the core of the problem to be – which is people are first trying to incorrectly understand the code. According to him though, the code is not what they should focus on.
When it comes to ordinary money, “nobody understands how money gets created, nobody understands quantitative easing.” Likewise, when it comes to the internet, the situation is the same. That is, people use the web without understanding HTML.
A few years ago, Dominic Frisby wrote a book called Bitcoin: The Future of Money. Since it was published, he has been following the bitcoin and cryptocurrency center, he’s written about money, and he has continued to develop his career as a voiceover artist as well.
Concerning technology and personal data, he recently stated,
“I just don’t think ordinary people realize how much of their privacy they have already given away.”
When awareness of the problem reaches a critical stage, change will happen. Whether that hits the existing tech businesses or boosts the crypto and blockchain sector,
“I’m pretty sure that the narrative that’s going to drive the next bull market in technology is privacy. And even though he is not perfect – as most people are not – when it comes to his portfolio skills, he believes that it “often pays to just do something.”