According to the founder of StackinSat, pro-blockchain narratives make it more difficult for people to adopt bitcoin. According to what he said, this idea in particular is one of the primary obstacles standing in the way of a more widespread acceptance of bitcoin in France.
According to Josselin Tonnellier, the founder of the Bitcoin exchange StackinSat and the organizer of the Surfin’ Bitcoin 2022 event, this is one of the most significant challenges that must be overcome before Bitcoin can gain greater popularity in France. According to the founder of StackinSat, pro-blockchain narratives make it more difficult for people to adopt bitcoin. Why is this the case?
Tonnellier discussed overcoming obstacles during the bear market as well as the spread of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in France. He also discussed the beginnings of the Surfin’ Bitcoin conference as well as its future goals.
According to the CEO, one of the most pressing fears in France regarding the adoption of Bitcoin is the pro-blockchain narrative, which gives a negative picture of Bitcoin. This is one of the most pressing worries. The following are some of the things that he stated:
In terms of the relationship between surfing and Bitcoin, the CEO indicated that the objective of the event was to create a comfortable setting where the ecosystem could assemble and make relationships. Tonnellier provided further clarification by saying:
The organizer of the event also claimed that there have been a lot of Web3 and nonfungible token (NFT) events in the country, but not many Bitcoin events. He went on to claim that this prompted their team to organize the event, and he said that it was a success.
Aside from that, Hall questioned Tonnellier about the difficulties they are currently encountering in the process of preparing for an event in the midst of a declining market. The organizer of the event mentioned that there are a number of challenges, one of which is determining how much money to spend on the event. His words were as follows:
Tonnellier claimed that despite with all of the challenges, they were able to pull together participants and successfully carry out the event. He made a point to underline how wonderful it was for his team to have folks from countries other than France attend the event.