Simply by using current online payment systems, one should readily see how superior the coin is. I send my friend in another country money via Bitcoin... 5 min delay.
And then how long for them to convert it into real money?
IF said person wished to convert back to fiat money, it would take a while which again emphasizes my point. What perhaps is lost on you is that one will increasingly be able to use BTC in place of fiat currency, and thus the desire to transfer back will diminish.
And why do you call fiat currencies "real money?" Because the government tells you to?
Real money is whatever is chosen by the marketplace. USD, as a paper fiat currency, would never be chosen by the marketplace. It is used purely because men with guns force its adoption. They could force us to use Monopoly money also... would that make such money "real money?"