Since Zimbabwe isn’t the wealthiest of countries or one of the most advanced country’s (no offense), the Zimbabwean Dollar is finally almost worthless. Which means that it will take a lot of money just to get $1 USD (about $250 trillion ZWD to be exact!). But there is a solution, either make a new Fiat Currency, use a different currency example: USD, CAD, EURO. Or they could use cryptocurrency. If they use cryptocurrency, they will make history in becoming the first country to make a digital currency it’s official currency. But the major problem is the resources to create the solution. With a Fiat currency, you need some time to get it to a reasonable value but with a digital currency, all you need is power, internet and a miner so you could mine cryptocurrency.
Will a person create enough mining power to actually make a profit from mining the currency? Is it a good choice? Well, first of all, NO, you require a full mine or dedicated machines to help mine the cryptocurrency so that it could be traded, sold and bought. Secondly, YES it is a good choice. Cryptocurrency is way more random and the value keeps fluxuating and since an entire country is using it, the need for it will bring up it’s value.