I read this on multiple forums: "Bitcoin is like gold.... it is a store of value.... some other crypto (LTC??) will be more suitable for daily small transactions...fees don't matter because it is a store of value" My question is why can't one crypto be cash and gold at the same time? Traditionally, gold and fiat couldn't be in the same asset class for obvious reasons. Cash is country specific, regulated, while gold is universal. But with crypto, these two assets merge together to form one asset class. When dash becomes truly digital cash (aka global currency), DASH could be used as cash and also as a store of value,like gold. Is there a need for any other crypto to be gold at that point?