While that’s a good defense against cyber criminals on your personal accounts, I think the real worry here is attacks on infrastructure.
Its been well covered here and in other places, but our power grid is extremely vulnerable.
What about water, and NG? And other services?
Loss of those things tend to bring society to a grinding halt.
There's actually much larger lists than just that. Even bridgewater mall has crypto atms.
There's a reason every major credit card and payment software is making it assesible. It's because there is a demand.
We're hitting a world where people are exploring a "meta verse." Crypto will be a huge part of it.
I'm not saying dump your life savings in, but I would be surprised if it doesn't continue to grow.
i read an article the other day in one of the liberal online rags that they were saying they felt domestic violent criminals were looking into these things. soon as i read that, i figured it was a cover for outside sources to fook with us.