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    Bitcoin,  Cryptocurrencies,  Innovators

    Goodbit wants to teach your mom how to use crypto

    Oakland blockchain startup knows that mass adoption will require the masses

    About a year ago, the crypto markets started heating up—so much so that people who knew almost nothing about it wanted to climb on board. As the market soared to new heights, Brown University student Lucas Tesler took note. Back then, he and his crypto-savvy friends found themselves fielding questions from their classmates every day. So they put together a little information guide, at first just a 25-page PDF. But over time, they realized that for crypto to reach mass adoption on the scale of, say, email, it would have to be something everyone could understand. Thus Tesler, with classmates Zack Jordan and Maverick Kuhn, became the latest Ivy League…