Well, the problem is that we have to pay our vendors and partners with fiat, and we are running an exporting business which requires to meet many regulations and international laws. If Bitpay or Coinbase accept Dash, we would be very happy to accept Dash as a payment method.
The problem I have with that answer is.... many fold.....
DASH payment for your product comes in.
Why do you have to ONLY use ??those services?? to transform said DASH into any other 'form'?
Sounds to me like your unwilling to go the extra mile in accounting and record keeping to prove where the fiat came from when you have to pay your vendors and partners - to avoid being accused of money laundering.
Exactly what regulations and international laws do you have to follow, to convert ANY crypto into any other form of crypto and/or fiat, without using the said services you speak of?
Sounds to me like you're unwilling to commit to DASH even though you want to profit from DASH's X11
Accounting and record keeping of any currency, be it crypto and/or fiat, would be a requirement of most, if not all countries - to prevent money laundering. - I get it
I personally feel like your just in this for a profit and not actually into it to help DASH move forward
I understand wanting to start - anything - and make it as stream-lined as possible - gotta start some where - but if I lived in the UK and moved to Brasil I would not expect Brazilians to pay me in Brit Pounds
My debate might be a bit half-assed but I hope you get the point.
This ASIC is not worth it, by any means, but I know you'll get your sales - SOLD OUT!!!
Some people have money to throw away.... but not me
The architecture was the first red flag and the power consumption was the next red flag - I'll pass - but would love for you to answer the concern/question(s) above......