The bubble might have burst only to create a bigger and stronger bubble.
By 2024, the Cryptocurrency Market is predicted to reach $1.4 billion from $1.03 billion next year, at a c201ompound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.18% all along the prediction phase. The key motivations for market development include the ebbs and flows in financial management, towering expense of cross-border remittance, soaring remittances in developing countries, accumulation in venture capital reserves, and openness of distributed ledger technology. However, there are also considerable circumstances that restrict its progress which include dubious regulatory state, deficiency of knowledge and technical recognition about cryptocurrency.
It is anticipated that the hardware market will dominate the biggest stake for virtual currency. Consecutively, the necessity to operate and certify large cryptocurrency transactions generate a demand for cryptocurrency mining hardware. This, in turn, helps propel the progress of the hardware market. Among the scheme of employing payment, the peer-to-peer (P2P) is believed to flourish at the maximum CAGR in the cryptocurrency market.
APAC (Asia-Pacific) is envisioned to grasp the biggest stake and monopolize the cryptocurrency market beginning 2019 up to 2024. This is accounted for the inexpensive electricity in China countries and Japan’s early endorsement of cryptocurrency. China which has been the biggest market among APAC countries also has idyllic weather conditions, the existence of large mining firms and the convenience of venture capital investment.
The cryptocurrency market in the Rest-of-the-World (R0W) is expected to progress at the greatest CAGR during the prediction course. Although cryptocurrencies are not particularly controlled, they are deliberately utilized.
In Brazil, the Venezuelan government was commissioned to produce its own cryptocurrency in accordance to Decree 3196 of December 8, 2017. They called it Petro and will be substantially supported by Venezuelan barrels of oil. All virtual currencies are treated as monetary equity apt to the regulations appropriate to such assets covered by Decree 3196 with no provisions claiming they are unlawful.
Major players in the cryptocurrency market are Advanced Micro Devices (US), Binance Holdings (China), Bitfury Group (Netherlands), BitGo (US), Coinbase (US), Ethereum Foundation (Switzerland), Intel (US), Ripple Labs (US), Xilinx (US), Bitmain (China), and NVIDIA (US).
According to DeVere Group CEO Nigel Green, the following 10 years will be significantly contrary to bitcoin’s initial decade. His viewpoint is somehow diverse, with “bitcoin’s power and sovereignty of the cryptocurrency market” assumed to drastically diminish” while the while the worth of the cryptocurrency market is projected to broaden by 5,000%. This will secure a shared market cap of $20 trillion in the next 10 years.
He said during a press release, “[While] I don’t wish to rain on anyone’s parade, I believe that Bitcoin’s influence and dominance of the cryptocurrency sector will drastically reduce in its second decade. This is because as mass adoption of cryptocurrency grows, more and more digital assets will be launched – by organizations in both the private and the public sectors. This will increase competition for Bitcoin and dent its market share.”
Green’s company is headquartered in Dubai has also branches scattered worldwide. Factors that contribute to the forecast include features, more advanced technology and solutions to difficulties that clashing cryptocurrencies will offer such as Ripple (XRP) and Ethereum (ETH).
He believes that Ripple is going to be among the main digital assets to knock Bitcoin’s market share in the coming years because of its supposed attention on associating with banks and other financial institutions.
Green also sees Ethereum as its present main contender because of the growing platforms – Decenternet is one of them – that adopt this cryptocurrency as a means of trading. Likewise, there is a booming use of smart contacts by Ethereum and also credited to the decentralization of cloud computing.