Global monetary policy, therefore, has minimal impact on its price.
Transfer fees are extremely low.
Transfers take no more than a few minutes.
Transfers have no limits or boundaries. Regardless of which country you live in, you can transfer cryptocurrencies.
There is no limit or minimum to be transferred. And once you own Bitcoins or other cryptos, no one — your bank, a regulator, or anyone else — can prevent you from using them as you see fit.
There is no intermediary, such as a bank or a broker, when transferring funds; this is done directly, peer-to-peer.
Transfers are also irreversible. The recipient cannot, therefore, have an amount that has been received withdrawn or cancelled.
Transactions are completely anonymous; even if there is a public register of transactions with Bitcoins, they are not nominative. For privacy enthusiasts, services (called "mixers") exist to remove any link between the sender and recipient.
It is impossible to counterfeit or usurp them.
Anyone can use them and transfer funds, both natural and legal persons.
You can store your cryptos (including large amounts) on a computer, a USB key (with passwords), or even a simple piece of paper; there is no need for a safe or other secure storage options.
You can also, very easily and at any time, convert them to €, $, or other currencies.
Lastly, if you want to protect yourself from the volatility of certain cryptocurrencies, you can opt for "stable coins", i.e. cryptocurrencies indexed to a FIAT currency (such as the $ for example).
--> We remain convinced of the rise of cryptocurrencies — at least some of them. One can even imagine they can take precedence over the money we know (FIAT), especially in the event of a systemic financial crisis or a debt crisis that would see the erasure of all existing FIAT currencies.