I think Bitcoin can be viewed as a DAC that pays 100% of revenues to employees while also diluting the company stock by 12% per year to make up for the fact that employees are more expensive than the value they are producing for the shareholders. In other words, as a DAC bitcoin is bleeding red and will not even break even on day to day operations for 100 years.
Compare this to an BitShares DAC that pays 100% of revenues as profits to shareholders and has no employee expenses. Even with no other features than allowing share transfers BitShares will become the most profitable DAC of all the current crypto-currencies on the market including those that are normally considered our competitors such as Mastercoin.
This simple compare and contrast demonstrates the value of our design even without understanding any other details about how BitShares works.
It is good to introduce BitShares in DAC standpoint, that is what we are doing here, BUT,
It is not a good idea to introduce two big concept (BitShares and DAC)in one infographic to a normal bitcoiner. Example of myself, I was attracted to the project by BitShares, because I want a decentralized bank, I love the algorithm how bitassets are created and how BitUSD is valued, then I read more about DAC, it is like eye-opening. I realized that I am in a new world.
Yes, more widely accepted DACs will lead 3I to success, but the flag product BitShares is the key to let people know us, and good way to get DAC-thinking adopted. BitShares is a decentralized exchange, then a DAC. So I suggest just focus on BitShares itself, mention little about DAC and Bitcoin.