Crypto-currencies are now gaining in popularity.
But are they going to replace the real world?
| The Economist article Crypto currencies are now becoming a bigger part of the economy.
But do they replace the world of money?
| Economist article The world of cryptocurrencies is in its infancy.
But what is the future of them?
| Money.co.uk article The rise of crypto currencies has been gradual.
The first crypto currencies were created in 2013 and have been used to pay for online shopping, for e-commerce, for online games, and for payments.
But the first major wave of cryptocurrencies to hit the mainstream was bitcoin, which hit the market in 2017.
But that was just the beginning.
By 2018, the price of bitcoin had risen to more than $2,500.
So what is crypto-curiosity?
How has it changed the world?
Money.com asked experts.
The experts share their predictions for the future.
What will crypto-futures bring?
We hear from economists who believe that crypto-markets are going to change the way the world works, and will bring more prosperity and peace to the world.
What are the main cryptocurrencies?
We heard from economists to find out which are the most popular.
We asked the experts to weigh in on whether they are the best or worst investments.
Is there a silver lining for crypto-monetarism?
How will cryptocurrencies affect the future?
Will crypto-banks or crypto-investments help solve the world’s financial woes?
We also asked what the experts thought about cryptocurrencies and why.
Are crypto-cities a good thing or a bad thing?
How can they be avoided?
Why is there no central bank that can issue digital currencies?
The experts have their answers.
We hope this article has given you a better understanding of the crypto-economy.
Let us know what you think in the comments below.