Blockchain and Crypto

Why bitcoin is not taking off as a payment method

  • Some retailers are accepting bitcoin, but it's more of a way to get noticed than a payments innovation
  • Consumer bitcoin payments are still fraught with friction, and in 2018, use cases will likely still center around business-to-business payments across borders
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