Imagine two hypothetical cities:
Both cities have a similar population count
Both are in first-world nations and have similar economic activity.
Both are geographically separated such that commerce rarely happens between them.
Both have a large population of immigrants participating in the remittance market.
Both region’s transact primarily in their respective fiat currencies (roughly 95% of total commerce).
Both have large crypto-communities spending at local businesses (roughly 5% of total commerce).
Both have a similar amount of internet transactions.
The only major difference between the two:
One city has 1,000 merchants that accept BCH directly (Bitcoin Cash City)
The other city has 1,000 merchants that accept USDH directly. (USDH City)
With all things being equal, which city do you think will produce more transactions on the Bitcoin Cash network year over year? What about in 5 years? Why?
Leave me your SLP address and I’ll give you some BCH and USDH if your answer is constructive and well thought out. :)