Since the inception of Bitcoin we've learned a lot about distributed networks and distributed computation, economics, financial instruments and markets and regulation. But.. Bitcoin culture seems to lack perspective and understanding of the real world.
There's a lot of sort of 'hysterical noise' generated by fanatical Bitcoin advocates who seem to be possessed by questionable ideas and often believe outright falsehoods.
So while Satoshi brought us a lot of insight and sparked our collective curiosity, Bitcoin itself doesn't seem to have had much effect on 'ignorance' in the world in general.
For example, it seems unlikely that Bitcoin will ever reach such a high price that banks and governments or fiat money will spontaneously collapse, yet Bitcoin fans seem to think that there's a magic number bitcoin will reach where fiat money will end and governments will be rendered obsolete.
How do we combat this ignorance and educate more people so that they can grow and be more productive?