‪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?‬
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.


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


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


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