A reminder to those who don't understand where our dear friend Blythe is coming from, check out this Bloomberg article:
Blythe Masters, chief executive officer of New York technology startup Digital Asset Holdings, doesn’t care much about bitcoin.
"I never became particularly enamored with cryptocurrency," Masters said at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit in New York on Tuesday.
But it's interesting to see that she's so confident in this "space" that she turns down major career opportunities in order to stick with the vision involving the blockchain.
And who knows? Maybe one day Blythe will learn that the blockchain is nothing without the token. And the token's value is earned through blood, sweat, tears, and time. Bitcoin is the token with the longest established reputation. You can't just manufacture tokens out of nowhere and try to replicate bitcoin's price path. Too many banker types see BTC/USD price from 2010 onward and they think they can manufacture a token under the guise of some bigger purpose and get a market vaue assigned to it.
So Blythe just may end up regretting turning down this job. Since she's not getting with the bitcoin program and is trying to hijack "blockchain" instead, she will be sorely disappointed when she fails, and that Barclay's offer just might not be on the table waiting for you, honeypie. But hey, it's never too late to buy bitcoin baby girl: after all, we're an open decentralized protocol.