American billionaire and investor Mark Cuban believes Dogecoin (DOGE) has the potential to become a usable currency if more companies adopt the meme cryptocurrency for their products and services.
According to him, if more companies take the meme-based cryptocurrency for products and services, it might eventually become a usable currency.
In early March, Mark Cuban's Dallas Mavericks NBA team started accepting Dogecoin for buying merchandise products and tickets.
Since then, major companies, including online e-commerce company, Newegg started accepting the meme-based cryptocurrency for purchasing their products.
Dogecoin has an inflationary supply with 5.2 million new coins entering into circulation every year.
This is believed to be one of the cryptocurrency’s main negative points as the more amount of coins enter the market, the harder it will be to sustain current price levels.
Cuban noted that Dogecoin’s annual inflation rate is set at five billion coins. According to him, it means for the cryptocurrency to continue gaining any significant value it needs to gain utility.
Cuban, however, sees Dogecoin’s infinite supply as its strength since it can be used as a digital currency instead of a store of value, saying:
"Any asset that has inflation by definition is “infinite” but that doesn’t diminish it. It changes the utility from a store of value to potentially a digital currency."
The billionaire investor further noted that Bitcoin is easy to trade, store and create with no delivery issues while enabling the transfer of value locally as well as globally. In comparison to Bitcoin, Gold is a hassle in all the mentioned points.