9 Trillion vs. 100 Trillion: Billionaire Mike Novogratz Asks Which Cryptocurrency Will Win the Payments Race
[9 Trillion vs. 100 Trillion: Billionaire Mike Novogratz Asks Which Cryptocurrency Will Win the Payments Race](https://news.bitcoin.com/9-trillion-vs-100-trillion-billionaire-mike-novogratz-asks-which-cryptocurrency-will-win-the-payments-race/)
I have been lurking in this sub for a short while and love how enthusiastic the community is about nano as the best option for being the world's primary payment platform.
I struggle to see how it can be the way things are, though. Not because the technology isn't there, but because adoption is so low. I keep seeing people saying that business will drive the adoption, but I don't see business ever driving adoption without consumer demand. Remember, these same businesses were willing to pay 3% to visa when their customers demanded more convenience.
So I spy this article and immediately I think of nano. NANO SHOULD BE ONE OF THE FOUR...Honestly, it should be the one!
So the question I have is, what is the nano team doing to drive adoption? Do they really see business driving it? If so, what strategies are in place so that the next time a billionaire asks what crypto will be the global payment system, Nano is the overwhelming response?
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