David Seaman: ‘Stop Competing and Just Make Everything Interoperable’

David Seaman: ‘Stop Competing and Just Make Everything Interoperable’

CoinTelegraph caught up with independent journalist and podcast host David Seaman to talk about the Bitcoin blocksize debate, BitLicense exodus, altcoins and gaming, as well as what bitcoin needs to break out of its current price slump. CoinTelegraph: Picking up from our last interview. Has the mainstream media become more informed and balanced in its coverage of bitcoin? David Seaman: I think so overall. The media will get excited about Bitcoin again when the price demands attention. It's not exciting or sexy at the moment. They want either a train wreck to report on or a rags to riches....

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At its core, bitcoin is a smart currency, designed by very forward-thinking engineers. It eliminates the need for banks, gets rid of credit card fees, currency exchange fees, money transfer fees, and reduces the need for lawyers in transitions... all good things.

Peter Diamandis