I will be honest, I'm not the technical guru. My contribution to the Decred community will lie in the marketing aspect, as I have a reasonably extensive network of friends, and business acquaintances across the country (US). What I've found to be a hurdle (one that can be easily overcome) for cryptocurrency in general is a lack of trust, as the technology is still relatively new. Many people I have had discussions with are concerned about attaching their bank accounts. Perhaps I haven't looked in the right place, but I have been unable to find any way of legitimately purchasing coins using a prepaid debit card. Is there some way of incorporating this acceptance into Decred itself, or is that strictly an exchange application? If the currency could be placed into escrow until verification of transaction from such a payment method, many more would get involved (from my experience). It's not necessarily an anonymity issue (with most of these people), but more of a security issue. The debit cards are still attached to individuals and registered, but they feel "safer" not divulging their financial information(ie. bank account numbers) into this new technology. Granted that over time it will inevitably become commonplace, as has happened with credit cards, but until we reach that point, the market is alienating many people from getting involved over this rather minor problem. Thoughts?