In The Matrix, Neo has been searching his whole life for an answer. He instinctively knows something is wrong, but he can’t quite put his finger on it.
He’s basically looking for the truth of reality in his world.
Once he takes the red pill, he can see the world as it really is… but this is just the first step in his adventure.
The world now makes sense. In some ways, it’s almost worse than the ‘lie’. But it’s real. And the experiences Neo has in this reality are far more amplified than the mundane actions in his previous life.
It also gives him hope.
The truth isn’t always easy to stomach, but many of us in the world of Bitcoin would rather see the world as it is than how we would like it to be.
Taking the ‘orange pill’ shines a light on the harsh truth of the world and the hidden incentives programming us all, but it also gives you hope.
The longer you spend around Bitcoin and understanding how it impacts the world, the more you find your own actions changing.
Money makes the world go around. Money directs our lives.
The. Money. Is. Broken.
As such, many of our lives, values and actions are twisted by the short-term thinking encouraged by lousy money.
When you start measuring the world in Bitcoin, you’ll slowly see your view of the world change…
Bitcoin changes you, and then you change the world.
The people working in Bitcoin on exciting new projects give us hope.
Communities adopting Bitcoin give us hope.
The future of FastBitcoins gives us hope.
While everybody is seeing red at the moment, we’re still feeling very optimistic about the future, and Bitcoin plays a major role.
“I don’t know the future. I didn’t come here to tell you how this is going to end. I came here to tell you how it’s going to begin.” – Neo
We have hope, which is why we’re saving sound money. If you want to create a Bitcoin savings plan, we make it easy to get started at FastBitcoins.