Crypto Illiteracy is a Real thing, here is How to Solve it!

Being on the internet teaches you lessons. Lessons in human behavior, lessons in social interaction, lessons in sociology and human thought, lessons in knowledge resources and the world’s depravity of it.

Being on the internet has taught me lessons. Lessons of hate on technology as some sweat by it. Lessons on fear of innovation and automation while not understanding it. It has taught me lessons on what people think is what people will think. It has taught me volumes on whatever people think is what they can think.

Being on internet seems like not the only way to learn though. Universities and schools teach you to report truly, efficiently and effectively. They teach you to preach until the other does not fully understand and that it is your job to make the change happen because their is something known as the journalist’s responsibility.

Universities also teach us that people are enslaved physically and mentally by ideological state apparatuses such as schools, media and in a lot of ways technology. Whilst in reality all we can do is use these technology masterpieces in every possibility.

Sometimes, it is hard to explain blockchain without going against what school taught me about work that is literary. Sometimes, telling people the logical and true matter is of no use because nobody cares about the philosophy. Not having heard the whole story people just like to imagine the contents of the whole piece, claiming they know what’s what and how does it work, what’s the reality.

How do i tell you that internet security is being worked on in the least effective ways with the traditional means, when you do not understand the difference between traditional and blockchain, that is the tragedy.

Who decides what will be adopted and who decides what can be disposed, i am yet to learn. Schools teach you not to allow any red underlines in your writings, while sometimes all you are writing about is with those red wavy underlines marking words that the computer does not know.

How can i begin explain the concept of cyber truth, permission-less innovation, decentralized access and digital scarcity, if the biggest problem facing me is the occasional yawn and reader’s engulfing roast-audacity.

The world could be a little tad bit more educated in the department of blockchain technology. This could be the key to ensuring global peace, leapfrog dev and social parity.

Being on the internet has taught me a lot. Maybe it can teach you a little bit more and your loved ones too?

Khunsha Javed

A Filmmaker, PR enthusiast & Editor of BlockPublisher-Unfiltered. I like things that make my brain tingle. Email: khunsha@blockpublisher.com or editor.unfiltered@blockpublisher.com

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