At the CoinGeek Seoul conference, investors discuss what they’re providing funding for and what they see coming down the pipe as Bitcoin SV is embraced more on a global level.
CipherTrace released a recent report, the Q2 2019 Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report, that points out that aggregate losses have reached $4.3 billion this year.
Sterling Witzke, a partner at Winklevoss Capital, believes that institutional investors will still lack confidence in cryptocurrencies in 2019.
A large number of Americans are interested in making cryptocurrency purchases in the future, even with prices of many coins declining during 2018.
The position of global financial giant Morgan Stanley indicated that crypto is a “new institutional investment class,” a designation it has held for about a year.
Credit card company Visa is waiting for cryptocurrencies to be more widely used before making them a business priority.
Cryptocurrency investments on an institutional level are gaining pace, despite the belief by some that the market is about to implode.