Debt for DoorDash Orders
Not long ago, the public could only borrow money for big things like cars and homes. Today, people can borrow money for pretty much anything without proving their credit history, and it's called microfinancing.
As consumers need cheaper and more dopamine, companies will need to allow them to make more micropayments.
Why is this important? Because the world already can't pay back debt. Human payment behaviour is moving towards microfinancing, which might mean people only pay for DoorDash orders the following week within the decade.
As people get more desensitized to debt, they will become increasingly reliant on the fiat system. The fiat system is built on debt, and the only way to move forward for some people is to keep financing debt with more debt. If everyone thinks the wealth gap is bad now, it will worsen when people use debt for small ticket items like DoorDash orders. It will also cause companies to receive less money upfront and have to deal with more chargebacks than ever, making it harder to grow.
This is a slippery slope, and many people go down it because they have no other option. The government forced them into this situation by printing billions of dollars and devaluing the currency.
Micropayments are encouraged to drive up fake economic growth so the government can finance even larger debt for things like war.