I've been watching Raoul Pal's persuasive youtube vids on Bitcoin and it certainly seems plausible that BTC will go to $500K in 5 years.
So, if it goes to 500K, that would mean:
A $10 lunch would cost ₿ 0.00002
A $4 coffee = ₿ 0.000008
Any zeros intentionally (or unintentionally) added or subtracted and the cost is considerably different.
Obviously automation will be more streamlined for ₿.
And $ price will almost certainly be shown alongside ₿ price.
However, **how fungible** will BTC be for the **average consumer**, making the **average purchase**, if there are 6 zeros in front of every number?
Will we even be reading numbers on receipts?
No answers, here.
Just thinking out loud...