“I'm not a big believer in bitcoin. I am a believer in blockchain technology. I do think we will have a global cryptocurrency at some point where the world understands it and it's not based on mining costs or cost of electricity or things like that. It will probably have some blockchain technology behind it, but it will be much more easily understood how it's created, how it moves and how people can use it."This is a sentiment many advocates of cryptocurrency adoption agree with. Before cryptocurrencies can become fully mainstream, the complexities behind how they work and how they are spent need to be ironed out, otherwise the fear of the unknown will continue to halt the progression for adoption. It is great that experts with such deep and intricate financial experience are talking about this, by establishing a dialogue, cryptocurrency adoption can become a mainstream topic, get people talking and eventually, we might be able to pin down the average persons fears. It is only once these are addressed, that currencies like Bitcoin can be simplified enough to allow them to have a strong mainstream presence. This is not a matter of worldwide education, rather, as Cohn agrees, this is a matter of industry level simplification that could mean more and more people start to show and interest in cryptocurrencies.