Most of us here are already very impressed by the actions Richard and his team have set in motion to create an ecosystem in which ETN has a use other than as a speculative investment. But how wide is ETN’s moat? Say, for example, that Amazon decided to add a crypto coin to its suite of payment options. Or that Vodaphone decided that it would be better served by having its own coin rather than one that could be used by its competitors as well. And if it did, would there be instant payment methods available to them that would not involve ETN’s patent?
Put another way, how important is the first-mover advantage?
It’s all well and good to be positive about ETN’s future (as I am), but we should be considering whether some behemoth could swoop in and muck everything up . . .