Hi thank you for your suggestion, unfortunately, people only search or view youtube videos when they have an idea of what they are looking for, most of these people i reach out to either has never heard of cryptocurrency or thinks bitcoin is the only cryptocurrency. The African or Ghanaian community is not like that of the west where people make good use of the internet, even most university graduates here dont know how to look for information online.
Thanks for your reply and I am sorry to hear what you described. If your community doens't know how to look for information online then perhaps cryptocurrencies are not for them, at least not yet. I have many acquaintances in the USA that are uncomfortable with cryptocurrencies because they don't understand + can't spend on anything + can't secure, and they are fully capable of doing online research, so I just imagine how much trouble you'd have to go through in order to make someone in your community to use a cryptocurrency.
Still voting NO for Roadshows.
The struggle is what I am going through, educating and enlightening my community about how to get involve with the internet and cryptocurrency. If we say the struggle is hard then we are definitely leaving them out and remember Dash is not the only cryptocurrency; if you don't sell your product/market it well in a competitive market, others will do the marketing and sell theirs. Cryptocurrency is not for some specific people, it is for everybody, some who have much knowledge of it, can search and educate themselves more but still refuse to get involve have made a choice of staying out like your friends in the USA. But those who have no knowledge of it, have not bordered searching about it maybe because they never heard of it, found it complicated or think it is for the internet people like my community here thinks, they need to be educated and that's what we are doing.Thanks.
And if i talk to 50 by 2 which is 100 and 40 got involve in Dash, i appear twice on radio and reach out to about 15,000 people through my two radio discussions then a TV discussion and reach out to about 10,000 people, how many would have got involved with dash? about 10,040 people. My proposal / 10,040 = ?Let's say you give a presentation to 50 people. What % of those people do you think will install and use Dash for something? I estimated 20. Your proposal / 20 ~= 180.
Another point is that I don't think we should be supporting projects in regions where computer literacy is so low. Crypto is just too hard as it is and to expect any significant adoption or use is just wishful thinking. Try teaching someone who is computer illiterate how to secure a wallet.
Thank you very much, i will consider your suggestion in my local language (Dagbani)That's a big if and with a doubtful ROI. You can fly a jet in front of 200,000 people and get 0 conversions. You can go on radio here in the USA and talk about dash to 100,000 people and still get 0 conversions, because Dash isn't ready to be marketed to the general public, much less so in your region. Again i'd support your proposal if it's youtube videos made in your native language.
Trying to teach a group of computer illiterates about cryptocurrencies, or speaking about it to 15,000 via radio is a waste of resources and I will vote no, sorry.
The African or Ghanaian community is not like that of the west where people make good use of the internet, even most university graduates here dont know how to look for information online.