Harvard Economist: Bitcoin’s Future Value More Likely to Be $100 Than $100K
Writing in the midst of the recent crypto market price collapse, current Harvard University Professor of Economics and Public Policy Kenneth Rogoff suggested that the “overwhelming sentiment” among crypto advocates is that the total “market capitalisation of cryptocurrencies could explode over the next five years, rising to $5-10 [trillion].”
Blockchain For Elections: Advantages, Cases, Challenges
The list of potential uses for blockchain technology span many different sectors with the belief being that almost every facet of life, from finance, technology, economics and sociology, can be disrupted by this decentralized force.
St. Louis Fed President on Crypto: 'Currency Competition Is Nothing New'
James Bullard, president of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, said Monday that cryptocurrencies "are creating drift toward a non-uniform currency in the U.S."