We’re still early

1993 are people were like, credit cards?

We’re still early.

17 thoughts on “We’re still early”

  1. And here we are 30 years later with a nation crippled by sky high consumer credit card debt.

  2. “I can’t imagine it working on a day to day basis”

    Lol…holy fuck.

  3. Most someone used a credit card for at once in 1993: $10

    Me using my credit card to pay for fast food these days for a family of four: $38, and I’ve got to steal McNuggets from the kids.

  4. Wonder if that one dipshit every got his pickup truck.

    And we’re NOT early, we’re exactly where we should be, not early, not late, right on time.

    Wait til major retailers fully realize they won’t need to rely on CreditCard processors and have to pay (avg) 2.4% of net revenues for the luxury of accepting a payment.

  5. the banks have made 2 percent on every transaction since then……..

    and guess who pays that fee…….not the Burger King

    the customer pays in the end…..

    you are the product the bankers are stealing from……

  6. What exactly do people mean by early at this point? BTC already did 6.9 million X and it won’t do it again, so… early means what now?

  7. https://www.moneygeek.com/credit-cards/analysis/average-credit-card-debt/ it’s at a 20yr high and u.s. credit card debt has now surpassed 1 trillion dollars

  8. Burger king accepted bitcoin because customers want to spend them. But no one will want spend a deflationary currency when fiat alternative exist.

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