Tuesday next week I am going to be giving a 15 minute demonstration to a group of local businesses and some municipal leaders.
I am presenting BitShares to them and need to give them a 'how to'.
Now I think the best thing for me to do is simply show how to create and register an account and basic function like send bts.
Or.. I could show the DEX and talk about the BitAssets.
Or.. I can get into UIAs and what they could do.
I only got 15 minutes here.. so I need to choose my battle.
I have never really attempted to hand hold anybody into BitShares and certainly not to a room full of people on screen.
Is there a particular video or tutorial out there that is up to date that might be useful for this?
For those that have attempted to show BitShares in person to people, what concepts do you think I should avoid because they only cause confusion?
Should I be saying anything about 2.0 at this point, or just let them soak up what we got so far?
Note that the room will be filled with pretty much people who can barely use computers. Almost all of them though have smartphones. I thought about possibly printing off the cards with the QR codes and get everyone in the room creating accounts with BitShares as I presented. Is the web wallet up to snuff for this?
Also.. this presentation I understand will be recorded.. so if it goes well enough, could be useful for sharing with others bringing new users etc after I upload it to Youtube.
Looking forward to your feedback.
PS: Tomorrow I will also be having lunch with every municipal Economic Developer in or province and telling them about BunkerShares. After lunch they are coming for a tour of the bunker and to hear about the plans for it. Typically takes nearly 2 hours to go through the place, so I will be talking a LOT about BitShares that day along side the plans for the bunker. Could lead to some interesting things. Fun Fact.. my province is typically the testing ground for new things in Canada.