What Place for Digital Financial Assets in Everyday Life?

Digital Financial Assets

While digital assets are set to transform the financial world by delivering improvements in speed, privacy, cost and ease of use, crypto debit cards represent the bridge between the old and the new world of finance.

Digital assets are increasingly gaining ground in most industries and have grown exponentially in recent years. It’s no secret that crypto currencies and other digital assets such as precious metals have grown tremendously, and it can only accelerate. The general public has already realized the many advantages offered by cryptocurrencies in terms of investment. Nevertheless, for a massive adoption in everyday life remains the question of the means of use. Can cryptocurrencies and precious metals be used as fiat money or are they meant to stay in our wallets until the end of time?

The answer is simple: yes! Crypto debit cards allow these digital assets to be used for everyday expenses, such as paying for coffee in a bistro.

Digital assets have already changed people’s perceptions of what is valuable. Thus, it is no longer considered that only a coin or a bank account number is the basis of the value.

The question that remains is that of accessibility. Via trading platforms such as Bayment, that make buying and selling easier of a new cryptocurrency digital assets  are now much more accessible: transaction speed, privacy, cost and ease of use are just a few of the benefits for many users. It is no longer a simple investment tool. A new step has been taken.

Buying with bitcoin in any store is possible

Crypto cards allow customers to pay in crypto currency at any location that accepts debit cards. They facilitate the spending on digital assets for the needs of daily life, without wasting time carrying out transactions to sell or buy assets. If you want to use your bitcoins or even precious metals for your daily purchases, the debit card is the way to go. Any value in a portfolio of digital assets must be able to continue to rise in value, but it must also be considered an asset that can be used in the physical world at all times.

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Amanda Byers is a graduate of Columbia, where she played volleyball and annoyed a lot of professors. Now as Zobuz’s entertainment and Lifestyle Editor, she enjoys writing about delicious BBQ, outrageous style trends and all things Buzz worthy.