I agree, it's hard to have a conversation with someone who has their head in the sand because they can't or won't comprehend what you're saying. :thumb:^ that's the problem with having a conversation with people ungrounded in fact.
Please detail EXACTLY what basis you have for your claim (in bold)
Google is your friend but I'll point you in the right direction. If Venezuelans had kept their money in BTC instead of the bolivar they'd be ahead of the game, even with the hyperinflation they are currently experiencing. That's the beauty of crypto for the developing world and to a lesser extent even the developed world. In the future, with widespread adoption of crypto, the banks would be cut out of the equation all together as point of sale could directly interface with your crypto wallet.
It's an old article but here's another example of why crypto will matter going forward.
Again, most people on this board can't comprehend the difficulties that people in other countries, even some developed countries deal with. We're very spoiled here in the U.S. and for the most part have been able to depend upon the dollar.