When your parents ask questions, it somehow ends up either they don’t agree with your idea or relate it to their younger years.
Of course, that’s not a problem, except if you talk about new innovation that has a potential to change their perspective. Bitcoin is one of the hottest topics today, but not everyone can grasp its full potential, especially when you talk to the oldies like your parents.
First you need to them the basics. Which is that it’s money, just digital.
Second thing you need to do is that you need to relate it to a mountain. we’ll use the example of a mountain called Mount Bitcoin where there are miners. Those who mine Bitcoin do it through their computers with a lot of computational power. It’s like mining another scarce resource, gold, which also required specialized and expensive equipment. So, these Bitcoin miners are giving up something in the hopes of getting, maybe, one Bitcoin that can be broken up into many little pieces and distributed in exchange for the kind of money you’re familiar with. This will all be much easier if they had to learn php and machine learning. But we know that is not possible.
Third thing you need to talk about is where to spend Bitcoin.
Who wouldn’t go crazy on spending such amount? Since there’s no transaction charged for spending, say a few pennies, you could use it on websites that accept micro transactions or at