This is not a good solution. In UX colors have expected meaning. Red often 
means error, yellow cation, green possible, etc... 

Text doesn’t have good legibility in colors, monochrome high contrast being the 

You will also have issues with colorblind people.



> On Aug 18, 2018, at 16:10, Martin Damgaard via bitcoin-dev 
> <> wrote:
> Hi
> Here is my humble attempt to make a contribution to the impressive work that 
> you all are doing.
> I am unfamiliar with the normal BIP procedures. I have therefore just tried 
> to follow the example of BIP 176 by Jimmy Song, in order make something 
> similar. I suggest a universal bitcoin value color scale, for tackling the 
> same decimal problem, as identified by the BIP 176 proposal.
> I have attached the document in three different formats (*.rtf, *.pdf and 
> *.docx) as I do not know your preferred format. I hope you will find my 
> suggestion useful.
> Thank you and all the best
> Martin Damgaard
> <Universal bitcoin value color scale.rtf>
> <Universal bitcoin value color scale.pdf>
> <Universal bitcoin value color scale.docx>
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