Here's my point: I retired in June. My computer broke moving to Oregon from San Francisco. My newly-bought motherboad does not have a PATA connection; my older backup hard disks were formatted PATA, so I cannot read them. I would be quite out of luck if I had my retirement funds in bitcoin on one of those PATA drives.
I live out in the beautiful countryside. My broadband makes 8 or ten over-the-air-hops from Medford to my house. That, combined with variable weather, makes my internet connection tenuous.
I'll guess you live in a hip, techy city where these requirements can be met; but, even so, I don't trust fiat currencies much and unproven, digital ones even less. Perhaps it is a suitable vehicle for wild value speculation, but, at my age, I have no desire to invest in so much risk.