Even when safecoin is connected to such a strong use case, do you guys think people will be willing to jump the KYC hoops and be a trader (even if its just for 1 trade) to get involved? Of course you could get safecoin by contributing resources to the network but that really just gives the category of people that have resources available to contribute a way in. Would be nice if there could be a non-KYC required market just for safecoin since it could be argued its just a token for this pinball machine not a speculative crypto. Like I don’t have to do KYC to buy a giftcard for starbucks. Anyways I think this might be a major roadblock to real mass adoption cause its a point where you have to really do some work and maybe wait a bit. I would argue the vast majority want to fire this thing up and start using it like right away.
One idea I just had was what if there was a market for safecoin where you have to do KYC to sell but to buy you don’t. The catch is that safecoin is now tied to your userid and can only be used to buy network resources, not resell. I think in that case you could argue the buyers are really just buying a gift certificate that can only be redeemed on “one thing” and are not well designed to launder large amounts of money.