Oh…so in your opinion… mobile partners in the target markets accepting ETN as payment for services, Non Gov’t agencies such as non profits incorporating ETN into their systems in those targeted markets, remittance partnerships and local agent/vendors taking advantage of the remittance partnership model along with mobile to mobile instant remittance world wide won’t have any impact on value.
The Gig Economy Site won’t effect use and price?
Only main stream brands accepting ETN for payment will increase demand and value?
If that’s what you believe, then you are invested in the wrong crypto.
What impact do you imagine truly instant, off blockchain, in network, zero fee transactions might have on adoption?
You are aware that in Q1 2019 the ability to perform 100’s of millions of instant off blockchain on network transactions is coming right? With zero transaction fees until such time ETN decides it’s time to start taking some profit from processing instant transfers within their centralized network.And even then after they have achieved a reasonable amount of volume and decide to introduce tx fees, the fees will be ridiculously low.
Of course it could get pushed back beyond Q1, but it is coming eventually.
Off network regular transactions and blockchain instant notification transactions will still take place alongside the new on network instant as in instant transactions.
Those are just some of the things coming down the road. That’s just the beginning of what’s to come once all is in place and mobiles partners are live and have marketed ETN for a few months.
Wait until the remittance angle comes into play full on and watch how the local economies begin to embrace and support ETN.
The usual local fiat remittance payout agents will get involved. Not only that, local entrepreneurs and business will begin to accept it more and more. They want a share of those remittance dollars and will find a way to get a slice.
First things first, mobile partners need to go live and be given some time to push ETN out to their customer base and potential new customers.
This is going to be awesome once it gains some momentum.
Edit to add.
The biggest hurdles will probably be navigating all the various jurisdictional licensing and regulations, Such as Singpore’s new licensing requirements that go into effect in around 6 months. I think the Philippines have some crypto and fintech licensing and regs in effect or coming into effect. Probably many more coming or already in place for cryptos and payment services.