Honest question: if another coin becomes more successful in building a decentralized economy, would it change how you feel about Bitcoin?

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Suppose another coin not only passes Bitcoin in market cap, but is also more successful in implementing the decentralized economy that Bitcoin promised us. Suppose that coin enables quick, worldwide exchanges of value with state channels; suppose it allows for all kinds of no-centralized-companyeconomic exchanges such as inheritance, bonds, lends; suppose it allows for the existence of public-domain versions of companies/apps such as Facebook, Youtube, Uber, where the users, content creators, drivers get all the profits without having to share with centralizers.

I'm not talking about any coin in particular, but, if all that happens in some other coin, before it happens on Bitcoin, what would you do? Would you stick to the dream and migrate, or stick to the brand and stay?

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