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Bitcoin explained by a 3-year-old girl

A video in which a 3-year-old girl explains Bitcoin is making waves on Twitter. 

It’s the profile of the so-called Lily’s Show, with about 3,500 followers, but the video on Bitcoin has already surpassed 20,000 likes, and 6,500 retweets. 

Lily is in fact a 3-year-old girl who made this video, evidently with help from someone, and uploaded it to this profile. 

The video explains in a very basic way how Bitcoin works, and the child’s story makes it so enjoyable that it’s no wonder it’s getting so much attention. 

Incidentally, this is the first ever tweet from the Lily’s Show profile, and it was posted yesterday, so all the numbers it has been racking up are no more than 24 hours old. 

The video at the end is signed by ‘Under the red cat’, but no other information is available about it. 

The little girl and Bitcoin to enter the crypto world

Although the explanation provided in this video is, of course, incomplete, it may actually help a lot in getting a large number of people who are not familiar with this technology to start getting interested in it. 

In fact, the success it is having is certainly not only due to people who already know about it, but in fact it is probably intended to at least introduce the existence of Bitcoin to many people who may not even know it exists. 

Of course, this video is not enough to learn about Bitcoin, but initiatives like this one could be the gateway to this world for many people who have not yet decided to get interested in it because they think it is too difficult. 

Lily demonstrates that it is possible, albeit with a lot of approximation and in simple, childlike language, to at least describe the most general concepts in a way that makes them not only understandable, but also enjoyable for the general public. 

Marco Cavicchioli
Marco Cavicchioli
Born in 1975, Marco has been the first to talk about Bitcoin on YouTube in Italy. He founded ilBitcoin.news and the Facebook group" Bitcoin Italia (open and without scam) ".