Not sure if this has already been canvassed, but I believe it is something you guys should look into.
it’s so volatile, why would anyone do that ?
NY Times had a recent article where a business analyst admitted he had been wrong saying Bitcoin wouldn’t amount to anything. Not because they became a currency, a medium of exchange. But because the thing people love more than a stateless currency is a casino.
But if I were running a business like Roon, I wouldn’t engage in casino stuff.
Another payment method? Nobody says Roon has to hold the currency. There are a ton of fiat off-ramps available to businesses out there. That argument ceased being a consideration years ago.
Or you could pay them in coconuts and they could on-sell those… brilliant !
I guess you missed what I said, “[t]here are a ton of fiat off-ramps available to businesses”.
AFAIK, not the case with coconuts. Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong though.
EDIT: If you don’t understand cryptocurrencies, don’t worry about responding here. They can be complex to newcomers and there’s no shame in that. I do suggest you check out Bitcoin’s Wiki, and possibly Ethereum’s as well, for a great crash-course on crypto.
Yes I am well aware of Crypto, I own a small amount. I don’t find them complex myself.
Anyway good luck with your suggestion on Roon accepting it as payment
Aside from these arguments Back and forth — why?
Note that this reply could also appear last year.
That is exactly why such currency is ideal for real estate!
Mobile app could display cryptic notifications like lines from movies:
It’s Only Money or There is no spoon.
Or some other random news:
Tuna sells for $1.8 million in first Tokyo auction of 2020