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Cryptocurrency and it's future.

Discussion in 'Cryptocurrency' started by InvestEx, Oct 24, 2018.

  1. InvestEx

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    What do you guys believe will happen with cryptocurrency beyond 2019+

    Will it still exist as it is?

    Who will be the big players?

    Where should we invest?

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  3. The Toren Brothers

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    Will it still exist as it is?
    The short answer in our opinions is, YES.
    Blockchain is the largest advancement since the launch of the internet. The blockchain enables the “internet of transactions” which leads to the “internet of value”. As opposed to the internet which enabled communications, content and social connections, the blockchain is focused on every type of transactions first and foremost payments.
    We strongly believe that only the cryptocurrencies that deliver real added value and can prove their technology and concepts will do very well starting in 2019, and do extremely well in the 2020-2023 period.

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    This is a quote from Price Waterhouse Coopers research as summarized: (source)

    "On an individual basis, most firms have spent less $500,000 on blockchain. However, a good 11% of the survey’s respondents have spent more than $10 million.

    Why is blockchain a budget item that isn’t going away anytime soon? That’s because this technology “reduces errors and streamlines operations because everyone is looking at the same numbers,” said Richard Johnson of Greenwich Associates.

    With that kind of speed and accuracy, more companies are going to be allocating even bigger bucks to blockchain in the next few years. International Data Corporation expects annual blockchain spending to reach almost $12 billion by 2022."

    Who will be the big players?
    We feel that upto 80% of cryptocurrencies will be gone. It seems that we are already at 50% right now: out of the 2000 or so cryptocurrencies: All Cryptocurrencies | CoinMarketCap almost 1000 are found to be dead and/or scam.
    Here you can find a list of the (dead/scam coins): deadcoins.com

    Here are just a few of the projects that we've been fans of what the potential could be: EOS, ETH, Ripple, Stellar, NEO, Tezos, Cardano, Dash, 0x, DragonChain, REP, RLC, Poly. There are several other solid projects that we like but that's a good start for you to begin researching.

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  4. Nadeem

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    Crypto enthusiasts are passionate about creating a parallel financial system that is more inclusive, transparent and equitable than the legacy system existing today.

    However, centralized exchanges that allow buyers and sellers to trade cryptocurrencies are hampering the growth of the decentralized financial industry. By providing a single point of failure, these exchanges are attractive targets for hackers and regulators alike. From the infamous Mt. Gox breach which caused the 2014 bear market to the recent slew of hacks including Bithumb, Bitgrail and Coincheck, centralized exchanges have proven to be the weakest link in the crypto chain.
     
  5. JacobNorton

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    I think that they will not disappear, but the popularity of the giant will not be gained.
     
  6. WaynDavid

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    I think there is this general idea that e-commerce will be turned to c- commerce, with the "c" standing for crypto. The whole thing revolves around safex, with that new push, the online retail industry could grow more than is predicted.
    Going by this, the future might be bright for crypto.
     
  7. Pipster

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    Will it exist as it is? - Most probably no. For all we know cryptos as we know them may very well die off. However, the blockchain technology is here to stay and will have multiple applications in our everyday life.
    An example I can think of is (de-)centralizing a country's national registries and unifying all government department's databases - meaning you'll have your citizen profile that will be accessible and/or updated by all departments - like the health services, police, pension funds etc.
    Big players - same as now - governments, international companies and other whales.
    Where should we invest? - Real estate.
     
  8. Josheb Fredy

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    The future is extremely bright but we should not just be seeking the future. It’s also about ensuring that we keep eyes on the past too and that’s via Crypto History, if we are aware of these things, it will help us with decision making. I am always aware of these things because I know how much of a difference this could make and is meant to make. If we are not aware of this then we could make some decisions that are not so much favourable for us.
     
  9. Fredrick

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    As soon as the authorities find a way to regulate cryptocurrencies and put a face to each translation to tack money laundry, blockchain will emerge stronger.
     
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    Already 2020 and the cryptocurrency of the beginning of growth.
    I think now is the time to invest.
    The easiest way to invest is through cloud mining.

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  13. Isekhureo

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    Have you heard about Ethereum? Ethereum is the second most valued cryptocurrency in the world right now(1eth is worth about $213) after bitcoin. To learn more about Ethereum and how to get it. Contact me on whatsapp: 08142568439
     
  14. Josheb Fredy

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    Well, the future of Cryptocurrencies are bright but it is important for us to make the right choice. And this is where my preference is with Akoin Crypto, a remarkable creation by none other than Akon. It is a cryptocurrency powered by a marketplace of tools and services fuelling the dreams of entrepreneurs, business owners, and social activists as they connect and engage across the rising economies of Africa and beyond. So joining into this is something very special.
     
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    I think cryptocurrency will live forever
     
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    In a nutshell, cryptocurrency is a decentralized form of virtual currency, created by applying mathematics to the blockchain. It works kind of like any other currency, in that it uses cryptography to create coins. By making each coin slightly different than the previous coin, the blockchain ensures that any individual can’t create two copies of the same coin. A cryptocurrency is particularly good for two reasons: first, it allows an individual to have a degree of anonymity and security with their financial transactions, and second, it makes it highly convenient for individuals to conduct and transfer financial transactions. In cryptocurrency there are two main kinds: initial coin offerings (ICOs) and private blockchains. Initial coin offerings: An ICO is a way of raising money for an upcoming project. Generally, an ICO is when an individual or a company decides to raise money by selling a digital token that the company doesn’t own. Some ICOs are for real startups that will start work after the project is established, and other ICOs are crypto-projects that are in advanced stages and not technically qualified to set up a company. Thus, while some cryptocurrencies can be used in real life, most are tokens that can be used for digital wallets. Private blockchains: Private blockchains do not require users to install a blockchain and share information with other users. This makes them much easier to use, especially for people that operate in a decentralized environment. Like any money, cryptocurrency holders have the option to receive their money in various ways. They can be paid in virtual currencies, cash, or other forms of paper currency. The advantages of digital money are that it’s immediate, requires no action on the part of the consumer, and is immune to political and economic fluctuations. However, unlike real-life money, a digital currency is open to a lot of things that could potentially damage its worth. For example, a terrorist could send out an attack on the market, causing cryptocurrencies to plummet in value. The U.S. government could target a digital currency and ban it or even render it unusable by hacking it. Note: I said “cryptocurrency” not “crypto-currency” because “crypto-currency” sounds slightly nerdier than “cryptocurrency”. A crypto-currency is a unit of account that is created by programming digital money on a decentralized, distributed network using cryptography. This can be used for transactions that don’t involve cash, such as purchasing a digital gift card that can be redeemed for goods or services. In a nutshell, cryptocurrency is a decentralized form of virtual currency, created by applying mathematics to the blockchain. It works kind of like any other currency, in that it uses cryptography to create coins. By making each coin slightly different than the previous coin, the blockchain ensures that any individual can’t create two copies of the same coin. A cryptocurrency is particularly good for two reasons: first, it allows an individual to have a degree of anonymity and security with their financial transactions, and second, it makes it highly convenient for individuals to conduct and transfer financial transactions.
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  17. jomkoin

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    crypto currency will be NORM to all digital asset in Future.

    Look IMFCOIN

    Look LibraCoin

    Look also CBDC at some countries development progress.

    Where they heading too?
     

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