Get over the racism and stereotypes, folks. It all makes no sense and makes the promoters look utterly stupid.
They're Mexican and older then 14. So yes, they have children.
And you are officially racist. It is not okay to say things like this about Mexicans or Chinese people, despite the odd acceptance of such racism in America today.
News stories mentioning Mexicans do not automatically warrant jokes about refried beans, burritos, picking lettuce, border-jumping or fence climbing, being lazy, having 20 kids, or being illegal immigrants. Nor do stories about Chinese people mean it is okay to automatically say something irrelevant about rice, or talk with an offensive "Chinese" accent. If you see something written about an African-American do you think it is okay bring out the same tired old watermelon, fried chicken, barbecue, sambo, welfare comments? That is wrong, and the crap white people say about Mexicans and Chinese is just as bad, even if you can usually get away with it. (And no, it is not okay to call all people of Asian descent Chinese. Everyone knows you are not really joking, even when you say you are.)
Yeah, I'm white, American, and male, and I'm tired of people who look and talk like me making me look bad in the eyes of everyone else. They know we're not all bad, but the ignorance that goes hand in hand with white racist elitism still makes me sick. If you want to deride someone, don't be lazy -- at least have a reason and make it personal, not based on flawed stereotypes. Otherwise shut the fuck up.
Personally, I cashed out several times, like when it hit $6, then again at $20, then again at $110, a few at $210, then more at $140ish a couple months ago, at which time I gave up on mining and mostly stopped trading. We were all optimistic but few of us were patient enough to really amass huge wallets for the long term, nor did most of us really see the huge recent price spike coming, unfortunately. If there is any evidence that Satoshi somehow took advantage of BTC in a secretive, underhanded way, please enlighten us.
Just for shits and giggles, what if DPR and Satoshi were indeed in cahoots at the beginning, with DPR having the balls and skills to build a huge black market and Satoshi providing him with the means to make it work? Sounds unlikely to me, but it is conceivable that Satoshi created bitcoin not only knowing that it would be abused for illegal transactions, but also intending it to be used as such. Hmm...
As this is a new-ish consumer technology I fully expect the 70% figure you mention to change significantly in the near future.
I won't buy my next mobile device based on wireless charging capabilities or lack thereof, but I will certainly use it if the device I choose offers it (probably a Nexus 5 in a few months, coincidentally).