Teetering close to another Euro crisis, will the same playbook be deployed to save it?
"Whatever it takes" - Mario Draghi
"When things get serious, you have to lie" - Jean-Claude Juncker
So let me get this straight. If someone were to choose to use BTC for the purpose of buying goods and services, they now have products available to them that will facilitate the spending of BTC either A. natively or B. through a conversion from BTC to <the local currency monopoly>?
Wait, are you saying that where before there was great difficulty in operating on a day to day basis in BTC, now there isn't? But don't you find that its disgusting that stuff isn't priced in BTC? Should you simply stop using such a product until stuff is priced in BTC?
Should the renegades who might decide somewhere in the world to pay someone in BTC stop? I mean, the product you describe means that clearly it can be spent (whether natively or otherwise). I would have thought this solves a problem for someone that decided to operate in BTC - but clearly they should shun that neat fintech solution - and wait until stuff is priced in BTC because it just ain't right? Amirite?
Do you feel dirty when crypto.com converts your BTC at the point of payment like that?