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Will cryptocurrencies and digital assets recover soon?

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We are in a crypto winter. Bitcoin lost around 58% of value in the second quarter of 2022 and around $1.2 trillion has been wiped off the entire cryptocurrency market. With private and institutional investors experiencing substantial losses, regulators are paying close attention and crypto regulation has been increasing across the globe, especially in the US. Despite the plummeting valuations and exchange closures, crypto will survive the winter, and regulation – far from stifling the innovation that the sector has become known for – should bring much-needed confidence for new existing and new entrants which can only be a good thing. And of course, when markets fall, they present buying opportunities for investors willing to play a long game, a strategy better suited to established players in traditional financial markets.

Regulation is coming

A common worry in the industry is that once regulators and additional technology get involved in the crypto ecosphere, innovation will slow down. Regulation is inevitable – the IMF has said crypto assets are no longer niche and regulators…

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