204 gateways
16,820 bitcoiners ("A")
451,068 local reach ("B")


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The Bitcoincard moves economic interaction offline, which significantly expands both turnover and the target audience. But, most importantly, it makes the clustered local growth of a new free economy possible. Everything starts from the small and mundane, from the things that we encounter on the street everyday. All we need to do is to try to live while using each others’ services directly, without the participation of outside agents such as the dollar, and everything will be smooth sailing.

We need local "human gateways". In effect, anyone who uses a USB gateway for bitcoincards is a local leader of the new economy. He can design and launch new software that will help him to increase his earnings. It makes no difference whether it’s through advertising or some other way; what is important is that he will be motivated to develop the surrounding network of bitcoin users. When all is said and done, all of us, as a society, need this.

So, pick the approximate place on the map to locate your re-transmitters (in an ordinary urban setting, USB gateways have a range of 100 meters maximum), and point it with a marker. Estimate the approximate number of people who pass this place from time to time (not necessarily that often, weekly sessions of on air meetings lasting seconds are sufficient). That is “B”. Think how many of them you could give a card (for starters, free of charge!), on the condition that they will conceivably start to use them on a daily basis. You may need to do a bit of explaining, of course. That is “A”.

That way we will soon see the project reach the necessary size, and can optimize the expenses of the bitcoin mutual fund for production of the first batch.