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Poll Results 2016

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The audience of Bitcoin Wednesday is polled regularly to help set priorities that can benefit the sector.

Below are the results of the two periodic polls taken for The Bitcoin Foundation of The Netherlands (stichting Bitcoin Nederland) on 7 September and 4 May of 2016.  The results of all previous polls can be found here.

Results from 7 September 2016:

1. Involving students (encourage academic involvement) – 28
2. Supporting non-financial applications – 27 votes
3. Supporting the idea that smart contracts aren’t necessarily law – 21 votes
4. Explain blockchain – 16
5. Support Start-ups with Legal Help, Funding, etc. – 13 votes
6. Explain Bitcoin (Education) – 12 votes
7. Rebrand to “Blockchain” instead of “Bitcoin” – 12
8. Do NOT rebrand to “Blockchain” instead of “Bitcoin” – 11
9. Promote Bitcoin Acceptance – 8 votes
10. Working Against Regulation – 7 votes
11. Enabling Bank Accounts for Bitcoin Companies and Users – 6 votes
12. Event Knowledge Database (i.e. wiki) – 5 votes
13. Informing Politicians – 4 votes
14. Easy Full Nodes for Beginners – 4 votes
15. Investor/trader specific information segment on website – 3
16. Proof of Stake Voting – 3 votes
16. Media – 2 votes
17. Website for Information about Bitcoin – 1 vote
18. Bitcoin Promotions – 1 votes
19. Debate branding – 1
20. Translated (into dutch) Information (various levels) – 0
21. Media promo – 0 votes
22. Lobbying Politicians – 0 votes
23. Translated (into dutch) Information (background) – 0 votes
24. Translated (into dutch) Information (in depth) – 0 votes
25. Bitcoin Keurmerk – 0 votes
26 Bitcoin Ombudsman – 0 votes

 

Results from 4 May 2016:

1. Involving students (encourage academic involvement) – 39
2. Supporting Non-financial Applications – 38 votes
3. Explain Blockchain – 31 votes
4. Event Knowledge Database (wiki?) – 30
5. Promote Bitcoin Acceptance – 28 votes
6 Support Start-ups with Legal Help, Funding, etc. – 25 votes
7. Do NOT rebrand to “Blockchain” instead of “Bitcoin” – 25
8. Explain Bitcoin (Education) – 22 votes
9. Informing Politicians – 14 votes
10. Media – 14 votes
11. Media promo – 14 votes
12. Informing Politicians – 14 votes
13. Working Against Regulation – 13 votes
14. Bitcoin Promotions – 13 votes
15. Translated (into dutch) Information (various levels) – 12
16. Investor/trader specific information segment on website – 12
17. Debate branding – 10
18. Rebrand to “Blockchain” instead of “Bitcoin” – 9
19. Enabling Bank Accounts for Bitcoin Companies and Users – 5 votes
20. Easy Full Nodes for Beginners – 5 votes
21. Lobbying Politicians – 5 votes
22. Website for Information about Bitcoin – votes VOTED ABOVE
23. Translated (into dutch) Information (background) – 3
24. Translated (into dutch) Information (in depth) – 2
25. Bitcoin Keurmerk – 2 votes
26 Bitcoin Ombudsman – 1 votes
27. Proof of Stake Voting – 0 votes

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