The Future of Cryptocurrency in 2021 and Beyond


Some believe that cryptocurrencies will forever change the way we interact with money. Others believe that this is another dangerous bubble. However, regardless of predictions, it is increasingly difficult to imagine the future without Bitcoin, Ethereum and other coins.

Now no one knows exactly how crypto coins will develop. There is an ongoing debate about whether they will become future money or whether this idea will eventually fade if it fails to create critical mass. In this article we will talk about the future of cryptocurrency.

Simplifying and Improving Trading

Many novice traders question the success of crypto exchanges. However, today many features improve crypto trading. For example, one can simply take advantage of crypto copy trading and reproduce the behaviour of successful traders. In addition, the use of bots will also make the trading process easier. Bots get highly accurate metrics and collect a lot of information from trusted sources. It helps you to trade on the exchange easier and generate passive or even basic income.

Massive changes are taking place on cryptocurrency exchanges

Cryptocurrency exchanges serve to facilitate the exchange, buying, selling and trading of crypto – they are an essential element in the cryptocurrency industry. Ironically, most of the crypto exchanges in the market are centralized by their very nature, which is in stark contrast to the decentralized nature of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. The centralized nature of these exchanges made them prone to data breaches, hacks, and outright hacker attacks. In the future, there will be an increasing demand for DEX-type exchanges that are decentralized in nature and will support public reporting of transactions through consensus.

Institutional investors will raise more funds and strive for market stability

In the early days of cryptocurrencies, traditional financial institutions and government financial agencies sharply criticized and denounced crypto enthusiasts. The cryptocurrency market, however, has proven to be incredibly skilful and resilient in the face of these attacks. Now the perception of traditional financial institutions regarding cryptocurrency is changing. In the future, stakeholders can look forward to an increase in the flow of funds from Wall Street to crypto resources as funds and other investment vehicles. There is no doubt that this will require more transparency, accountability and compliance with the rules in this area.

Market volatility won’t die soon

Cryptocurrencies are inherently unstable, and their volatility is one of the reasons that fortunes are acquired and lost in the market. The strong volatility of it is influenced by the fact that they are still at an early stage of development. They have huge growth potential if they can enter the mass market. Nevertheless, every bit of news about crypto coins either hints at the possibility of slowing the growth (and even falling) of their prices or the possibility of entering the mass market and rising prices. Volatility in cryptocurrency markets will continue to be felt as news affects their market, and it is only at the stage of rapid development

Bitcoin as a banking instrument

Global financial institutions will use Bitcoin as their cryptocurrency for settlements on financial transactions. “There is one problem,” says Forbes Columnist Jay Adkisson, “no one has a single patent for a cryptocurrency. This means that anyone who wants to create a cryptocurrency (which is not particularly difficult) can do it’ And this, in principle, has already happened and is happening. Financial corporations don’t need old bitcoin either. They will be able to create a crypto instrument for themselves on their own.

So, having ditched bitcoins, one of the largest American financial holdings, JPMorgan Chase introduced its own coin, JPM Coin, for processing internal transactions within the company and international transactions to significantly reduce the use of the traditional Swift network.

Coins from Facebook and Telegram

In addition to the own coins of financial giants and governments, Internet companies may soon have their own crypto coins states The New York Times. According to the publication, Facebook, Telegram and Signal are planning to deploy new crypto coins within a year, designed to allow users to send money through instant messengers, including using Venmo or PayPal. The most anticipated project is from Facebook. The company is working on a coin that WhatsApp users can instantly send to friends and family.

New crypto projects will enter the already heated market, where there are services that have gained popularity among consumers. For example, Venmo has taken off in the US, making it easier to send payments over the phone. And in China, many consumers use a payment system that runs inside the popular WeChat messenger.

the authorABHIYAN
Abhiyan Chhetri is a cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Abhiyan is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.