It's hard to imagine what the future of cryptocurrency will look like in a year's time but the sector is professionalizing quickly.
Bitcoin recently hit by rumours of insider trading.
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We have to treat blockchain as a precious commodity so we don't damage it before it can show its value.
Bitcoin's value, then, has been built on an evolving series of narratives which have drawn in successive waves of buyers.
Increasing currency volatility rings alarm bells and calls existing monetary system into question.
Most analysts IBT/Newsweek spoke to are worried about a crypto bubble.
With budgets under pressure, investment banks and asset managers are now asking whether better surveillance controls are possible through more efficient means.
With the value of crypto-currencies soaring in recent months, it's not hard to see why cyber-criminals have jumped on the bandwagon.
Mining cryptocurrencies requires a setup of a large number of computers operating simultaneously, leading to consumption of a lot of electricity.
Public blockchain networks live or die by the strength of their communities.
Like the dot-com bust of the early 2000's, real companies - like Amazon, Google, eBay, or PayPal - will emerge through a crowded field of tulips.
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Crypto price volatility and recent scandals surrounding centralized cryptos prove that future blockchain projects should look for better solutions to improve the market's investment climate.