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How would you bring Dash to a small, poor country?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dash_gt_urcoin, May 11, 2018.

  1. dash_gt_urcoin

    dash_gt_urcoin New Member

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    Hello Dash community,

    I am wondering on how exactly you would pitch Dash (or cryptocurrency in general) to an extremely small country, maybe the size of a mid-sized city. Their currency is pegged to the USD, however is not the USD, and this country is a sovereign nation. The country does not have any extreme fiscal issues like say Venezuela or Zimbabwe. This country has some tourism, but not heavy tourism

    What would the benefits be of a small (sovereign) country using cryptocurrency as it's medium of exchange? Would it be pitched as a way to bring in wealthy, crypto savvy tourists, in order to ramp up the tourism economy? A way to stimulate the economy and bring in foreign companies seeking a safe haven?

    I have some considerable influence in a very small nation meeting these characteristics. I would love to hear about your ideas of bringing cryptocurrency & Dash specifically to a small nation like this.

    I can't say much further, please don't ask. This should be treated as more of a brainstorming thread :)
     
  2. tungfa

    tungfa Administrator
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    Build up community by explaining Cryptocurrencies in general and Dash specific
    meets ups and such
    start getting Merchant adoption
    talk to government ;)
     
  3. dash_gt_urcoin

    dash_gt_urcoin New Member

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    I'm actually more curious about something like this. How would you go about convincing a government to "switch" to cryptocurrency? What benefits would it bring?
     

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