Bitcoin usability will be important for the next 10 years, according to Bitcoin Well (TSXV:BTCW,OTCQB:BCNWF) Founder and CEO Adam O’Brien.
“Ten years ago in 2013, when I set up the business, I was looking to make Bitcoin accessible and understood. Today, the understandability holds true, but Bitcoin is very accessible … I can have Bitcoin in my wallet in less than 30 seconds,” O’Brien said. “What we’re working on now is making Bitcoin usable.”
Bitcoin Well is shoring up its Bitcoin ecosystem, such as integrating card payments, to increase usability and accessibility, which O’Brien sees as important steps for the popular cryptocurrency.
“And then eventually, we look like a bank,” he said. “We look like a platform where you can use money, store money and earn money. All of that is done where Bitcoin Well gives you access to the Bitcoin protocol, and then you have full control on how you use the platform, which is the goal.”
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