This is a great use case but will result if the government cracking down on coins when converted to fiat and deposited. Smells of laundry money. Not good.
I think the government will like non privacy coins for these applications so they can easily track and audit payments.
Here is a good video on that from an FBI agent:
I was referring to privacy coins, mixing and the likes. I can understand the use case for tracking since everything is on a public ledger. I don’t think any “criminal” would want to use BTC in that way, even though they had. They relied on incorrect assumptions to a degree.
We know the use case that this agent is talking about is possible as it is being tested for container and supply chain management. The same cannot be said for cases in which mixing for example occurs. This is where the problem lies.