But ISO compliance is more professional and it's one less thing that would need to be changed in the future if it does gain widespread adoption. I say we start acting like we want to be taken seriously now and differentiate ourselves from the DOGE and MONA and CLAMs in the sea of generic cryptocurrencies.
And what is the problem here? If anything ISO starts way after patents and trademarks end, by a long shot. ISO may restrict some abbreviations, but its like a lottery. Do you know what ISO is?