I'm talking about BTC transfers for goods, not from mining pools to miners or miners directly by finding blocks.
I think that's what we need to start looking at. Unless people start using it more to buy and sell goods & services ... BTC won't survive.
No, it's not possilbe, except if maybe people report their "real" transactions to a central database ... which would kind of defeat the purpose of Bitcoin.
Incidentally, this is why all proposals to tie bitcoin (or new bitcoin-like currencies) money growth to the volume of transactions are fundamentally flawed.