Cryptocurrency may be more than a hot trendy investment, it could become a part of everyday life. For many of us, it's something that's out of reach that we leave for big investors. But we spoke with folks who say that's already changing.
Jeff Flowers teaches chemistry at the College of San Mateo. He is also at the forefront of economic innovation. He paid for his pastries at Dianda's in San Mateo with a debit card loaded with Bitcoin and also did the same thing when he bought coffee.
"So what happened, I was able to buy a cup of coffee using cryptocurrency, using a BitPay debit card," he said.