Investing in cryptocurrency is already a famously difficult financial maneuver. While it’s something that excites a lot of people, even on the amateur level, cryptocurrency remains largely unpredictable. Large countries with influential economic systems are still figuring out if and how to regulate it, exchanges are emerging and changing constantly, new coins are always hitting the market, and perhaps most of all, people are still making up their minds as to whether or not cryptocurrency is actually useful.
 
Ostensibly, cryptocurrency is meant to be valued for the security and privacy it attaches to any online transaction. These are the features, along with the fact that it’s purely digital, that were initially expected, by some, to lead to a mass migration to cryptocurrency transactions. However, while these perks do exist, the relative inconvenience of using cryptocurrency, or at least getting started with it, has so far kept that mass migration from …