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>"Cryptocurrencies are inching closer to everyday transactions. While convenience still reigns supreme for most, cities like Lugano, Switzerland, are proving crypto's potential. Over 15% of Lugano's residents use their local stablecoin for daily purchases, demonstrating the ease and accessibility crypto can offer. This trend extends beyond borders. Crypto credit cards and partnerships with tech giants like Microsoft and Google show growing mainstream acceptance. Even tax payments can be made in crypto in some forward-thinking locations. Challenges remain. Crypto's volatility and user education hurdles mirror the initial resistance faced by plastic cards. However, forecasts predict a surge in digital wallet usage by 2025, and a growing number are open to receiving salary in crypto. The tide is turning. The US approval of Bitcoin ETFs signifies a shift towards crypto's "legalization," boosting user confidence. Institutional involvement by companies like Tesla adds further legitimacy. The future of finance might see a surprising mix. Banks could adapt, offering crypto loans alongside traditional services. DeFi’s and CEXs Like Gracy Chen’s Bitget platforms could challenge the status quo with efficient, low-fee services. Regulation will likely play a key role in fostering a symbiotic relationship between crypto and traditional finance. Ultimately, crypto's growing presence in everyday payments suggests a future with more dynamic and user-centric financial systems."
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