Maybe I’m a Romantic but I think that Humanity is, essentially - at its heart - Good. And that much of the suffering in the world is actually exacerbated by our inability to get the help we want to give where it’s needed, when its needed. All of these folks who end up growing up suffering, hurt, damaged from the wreckage of our inability to make it right when it’s needed, when it can do the most good.
So much of our financial communication is stalled, hampered by these Obelisks, these gatekeepers, that by the time our contributions get where they’re needed, it’s often far too late. If those contributions even ever get there.
There are countless tales of charity money being absconded with by Warlords or opportunists. Piles of rotting clothing baking in the sun, sent by people with smiling faces who didn’t give a damn once they got their cut.
Dogecoin offers us a glimpse of a whole new world - a new perspective on sharing, on caring that, in my mind, literally re-defines what’s possible for Humanity as a whole."
— Weird apostrophes and capitalization aside, the optimism around the goofiest of the cryptocurrencies is infectious.