- Sep 19, 2014
It will result in nothing but trolling in exchange for a pretend benefit.First off, I love you camo, and I knew you'd absolutely hate this idea! LOL. Still I felt I had to bring it up and get a discussion going. I'll continue arguing for this "stock split" idea, but please don't take it personally. You can call it out as you see it and I won't take it personally either
Here is one of the problems exactly. It's tough to know if you're getting a fair exchange rate from the seller. Why should you as a customer trust the seller's exchange rate? Aside from this stock split proposal, this issue might be solvable via the wallet, showing the equivalent exchange rate and the average going rate. That way the customer knows they're not being cheated
And I can't argue with you on the fact that retail adoption is the most important goal we can have.
Anyway, I'm glad you all came and participated in this discussion. I honestly think it would make a difference, but would it be worth the trouble and the troll onslaught? That I honestly don't know
If customers want to know if the exchange rate is good or acceptable, that info should be part of the transaction. Screen shows qr, dash amount, dollar amount, exchange rate. If you don't consent, don't. Same as a cashier showing you the total before you swipe your debit card. You're agreeing to the terms of the transaction as displayed. If you think the rate is bogus, bye bye!
Not hard. Not new.
Dude, thats what grandma said!