People consistently throw out the word “mass adoption”. What does that even mean? how do you even define it?

Personally, I believe that cryptocurrencies are being adopted by a wide range of industries, and that Bitcoin has even been adopted as a legal tender by an entire country. Is this, however, the mass adoption we’ve been hearing about? I honestly don’t know.

People are more interested in crypto these days, and there are trials underway to make crypto payment currencies. Platforms such as Baanx, for example, enable their users to obtain credit and debit cards in the form of their cryptocurrencies. That, I believe, is a good way to increase the popularity of cryptocurrency.

So, as I previously stated, I’m not sure what the direct definition of mass adoption is, or how we can ensure that it has already occurred. What are your thoughts?

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2 thoughts on “People consistently throw out the word “mass adoption”. What does that even mean? how do you even define it?”

  1. To my understanding mass adoption in crypto means being majorly accepted as tender around the world. You gave an example of Baanx while I know about blockbank that’s combining traditional banking with CeDeFi feature. It will also release its own debit card in March

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  2. Some people are still afraid to risk their hard earned money they just need to be educated the right thing when it comes to investment. I think a DeFi platform like Dot Finance would be a best platform if they want to try those farming because it has auto compounding they dont need to visit it everyday.

    There are a lot of good projects people just needs to be aware of it.

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