Since you have made quite a bit of progress with the Tezos.blue wallet, I would like to pick your brain on some future potential developments related to Tezos.
I am trying to figure out some applications for Tezos that could appeal to a broad audience and the most obvious would be designing a payment mechanism that would allow some kind of XTZ transfer. The key, I think, is to use tools that are familiar to people that are not proficient with computers or technology in general.
One possibility would be to use some chip card and a card reader. Here is the first question for you, do you think it would be possible to store Tezos wallet data on the card and use a card reader to allow transactions? The card reader should be attached to a computer and the computer should be on internet, right? Would be easier or better to have the computer also running a node or it won’t make much of a difference, for example in terms of speed of the transaction?
The next level would be to use the chip card to store all sort of data, but let’s leave this discussion for another time.
Another easy tool could be a QR code for Tezos transactions. The “fun” part is the code scanner that should be attached to a computer, and… similar questions as above would apply here as well. The code scanner could be also a smartphone (nothing new here) but how hard would be to transfer securely the scanned data from the smartphone to the tezos network?
On a different note, is there any Tezos meeting or social event coming up in Germany and/or have you
any plan to organize one?