3 Industries Where Bitcoin May Have A Future

Ken Karlo
3 min readMay 14, 2019
3 Industries Where Bitcoin May Have A Future — Kenkarlo.com

If you haven’t seen the news, bitcoin has been enjoying a price surge this spring, and it’s looking like the cryptocurrency’s best run since the late-2017 boom. That doesn’t mean it’s necessarily heading back toward $20,000, but it has shifted the narrative, somewhat, that bitcoin is in a prolonged or inevitable decline.

Now, once again, people are wondering as to what exactly the future has in store for this ever-interesting digital currency. As much as we may seek to answer this question through investment trends and price patterns, we should also keep in mind that bitcoin is still developing as a currency, also. It may have missed the mark in terms of establishing itself as a widespread replacement for money, but it’s still catching on with more stores and in more industries. If in fact, it ends up gaining a firm foothold in any major business sectors, the development could have some bearing on investment strategies.

So, as many get excited all over again for bitcoin’s growth, we’re looking into three industries in which there could be real potential for bitcoin moving forward.


One of the mistakes we sometimes make is assuming that all uses of bitcoin as a currency pertain to the average consumer. It could be that in some areas businesses actually use bitcoin in a large internal sense. It’s with this in mind that groceries and larger food industries can serve as perfect examples. There is already talk of blockchains being put to use in these areas. Such innovations could make food industry operations more transparent, more efficient, and more reliable, ultimately ensuring that grocery stores, restaurants, and other food outlets are run as smoothly as possible. And while this is mostly about organization, it could also be that different entities along the supply chain (from farmers to restaurants managers and store owners, and everyone in between) will ultimately end up using bitcoin for their own internal transactions. This would result in a lot of the cryptocurrency being used and exchanged regularly, even if it wouldn’t necessarily be happening on the consumer market.


Here we have more of potential consumer use. At this point, the American market is still at least somewhat unfamiliar with…

Ken Karlo