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Part of the growth of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin has been on the international stage. So far, these new developments in technology are having a negative impact on established asset classes, namely, stocks and bonds. For the long term, many people expect the digital economy to benefit traditional businesses. However, it is not so easy to foresee what will happen and many investors are still unsettled by the volatility of cryptocurrencies and future of the industry.
Although there are a few questions still hanging in the air, there is a common thread being discussed by a lot of people: cryptocurrency is here to stay. The fact that investment firms are starting to issue bonds based on blockchain and decentralized applications; the fact that bitcoin is used to make payments in time and money value in the US and the fact that bitcoin vaults have accepted more than $500 million (and counting) in Bitcoin in the past few years all have created a feeling of optimism about the future of blockchain technology.