Redbeard seems to have already largely identified your post as a kind of hard to believe propping up of a situation that seems to show that either you are just playing with us, or you really do not understand what differentiates bitcoin.The thing I don't understand about hating on all non-BTC cryptocurrencies is, that it essentially seems like hating blockchain. And if somebody hates on blockchain, why would they even own BTC? I can understand preferring bitcoin. I definitely understand regarding 90%+ of cryptos as shitcoins, which are either scams or useless. That's basically common sense at this point. I don't understand, however, how somebody can like BTC as a crypto and not be at least enthusiastic about the possibilities of other cryptos/blockchain projects.
Let me see if I can try to work with you on this framing of possible issues, KoL.
If you are trying to prop up any other crypto besides bitcoin, then you are going to have the burden on that. Fact of the matter is that bitcoin is the only crypto that really has anything to offer. Proof of work and the various innovations around bitcoin remains the killer app. Sure, you have all kinds of imitation projects that either fork bitcoin and tweak a few parameters or you have coins that create their own variation, but they are not really providing any innovation to the space in any kind of meaningful way that even comes close to what BTC is providing to the space.
So your seeming little battle with bitcoin, KoL, seems to show that you might NOT really understand what bitcoin is offering - even your lame concession of 90%+ of non-bitcoin being shitcoins comes off as leaving too much benefit of the doubt to some other projects that you might want to slip in... nearly 10%? really? Which ones? I cannot think of any, so why would any guy who is genuinely attempting to present the juxtaposition issue feel some need to leave that much cushion in there for supposedly non-shit projects?
O.k... I will concede a bit.. We can call all non-bitcoin projects shitcoins without losing sight to the fact that shitcoins can provide a decent amount of experimentation, in some circumstances, that might allow bitcoin to actually absorb any potential innovation or anything y kind of GREAT frameworks into bitcoin itself or maybe just pegging such project as a second or third layer that might later end up getting connected with bitcoin. So, sure, maybe there could be some projects that guys might want to put some money into them, but that still does not take a way the investment thesis from bitcoin, and bitcoin is where the innovation is at, and building on bitcoin or attempting to connect projects to bitcoin seems to be the smarter and more ethical play, rather than trying to print your own money (which seems to be the ambitions of almost ever single non-bitcoin project out there - again, name one that is worthy).