‪IMF: How do you think you will be paying for lunch in 5 years?‬

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‪IMF: How Do You Think You Will Be Paying For Lunch In 5 Years?‬

‪IMF: How do you think you will be paying for lunch in 5 years?‬

‪IMF: How Do You Think You Will Be Paying For Lunch In 5 Years?‬



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‪IMF: How Do You Think You Will Be Paying For Lunch In 5 Years?‬

‪IMF: How Do You Think You Will Be Paying For Lunch In 5 Years?‬
‪IMF: How Do You Think You Will Be Paying For Lunch In 5 Years?‬
‪IMF: How Do You Think You Will Be Paying For Lunch In 5 Years?‬

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  1. Design of this poll is odd… Cryptocurrency and mobilephones are not mutually exclusive. Most likely i pay with crypto via my phone…

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  2. Not if you still have to be tracking your basis on the bits you used to buy that lunch and report profit/loss against fiat, and then add forms to your tax filing at the end of the year….unless that goes away, virtually nobody will be using crypto to pay for lunch.

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  3. Honestly the first 3 will find themselves all being involved somehow. At least for a 5 year time frame, cash-backed cryptocurrency via your smartphone seems like the first logical steps

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  4. None of the existing cryptocurrencies will be ready for prime time in 5 years unless there’s a massive boom in coding contributions.

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  5. This poll doesn’t make sense, because the items are not in the same category and they’re not mutually exclusive. Suppose I wanted to pay with Cryptocurrency by using my mobile phone. There is a distinction to be made between the asset itself and the mechanism/device used to exchange said asset.

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  6. The word “cryptocurrency” needs to die.

    Every modern currency when stored in digital form should be encrypted via cryptography making it a cryptocurrency. What we really care is about immutable, decentralized, permissionless, and hard currency of which there is only ONE: Bitcoin. The others are plagued by governance and control.

    It’s not interesting if everyone is paying lunch with their “cryptocurrency” called Facebook-coin or Apple-coin. I understand that cryptocurrency used to mean all Bitcoin-like currencies, but today, the alts have become so disparate that it’s impossible to categorize them in the same group as Bitcoin.

    I know there are some exceptions to this, and some projects are at least in principle trying to be decentralized, but only Bitcoin is secured by the proof-of-work and headless manifestation that is eons ahead of everyone else.

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  7. In five years, if we are successful, we will implement socialism comrade.

    We will no longer have to pay for lunch like the greedy capitalists.

    Also, there will be no lunch.

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  8. As much as I like Bitcoin, how exactly am I going to pay if I’m not using my phone or a card?

    I don’t see myself carrying a contact less hardware wallet with me anything soon

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  9. Even if bitcoin took over fiat in just 5 years we would still use credit cards.

    BTC is not a replacement for modern banking. It is for those that don’t have access to it, ~5/7ths of the population.

    The developed countries would still use banks with credit cards.

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  10. Lol, remember what happened [when the internet was allowed to name a boat?]( https://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/22/world/europe/boaty-mcboatface-what-you-get-when-you-let-the-internet-decide.html)

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  11. Have you used the Octopus card?
    – no names yet “personal”
    – no credit card linked
    – unique or multi coin (crypto in the near future hope so).
    – any transport
    – any amount of payment

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  12. Whats problematic is that a large proportion of voters on this particular poll are people who follow the IMF. Regular people dont follow the IMF only people who are interested in business/economy/finance and people who are enthusiastic abour cryptocurrency. I feel that its kind of going to be biased towards cryptocurrency as a whole.

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  13. Several restaurants in different parts of the world, account to them, already accept payments in crypto-currencies. In Denmark alone, more than 1,500 restaurants accept Bitcoin. Gastronomic establishments in New Jersey, the United States, Nairobi, or Kenya already support cryptocurrencies.

    According to data provided by Coinmap, more than 14,600 establishments around the world accept Bitcoin. This number continues to increase as crypto-currencies become more popular. Meanwhile, a Kaspersky Labs study noted that 13% of people in 22 countries have used Bitcoin (BTC) to make purchases in the past.

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  14. In 5 years? Cmon, I’m all for replacing the dollar with crypto, but there’s no **way** that in five years enough places will accept crypto that you’ll be buying your lunch with it.

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