How cryptocurrencies will develop in the future? Back to list

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Agaricy96

Aug 03, 2022 a 12:21
The NEAR Protocol is a piece of software that attempts to incentivize a group of computers to run a platform that allows developers to build and deploy decentralized applications.

There is clearly a global divide when it comes to cryptocurrency. On one side, proponents such as Bill Gates, Al Gore, and Richard Branson argue that cryptocurrencies are superior to traditional currencies. People who oppose it include Warren Buffet, Paul Krugman, and Robert Shiller. Both economics Nobel laureates, Paul Krugman and Robert J. Shiller have described it as a Ponzi scheme and a tool for criminals. The need for oversight will clash with the right to remain anonymous online in the future. The NEAR Protocol is a piece of software that attempts to incentivize a group of computers to run a platform that allows developers to build and deploy decentralized applications.

Because of their association with a number of terrorist events, governments may wish to regulate cryptocurrencies. On the other hand, the primary goal of cryptocurrencies is to keep users anonymous. According to forecasts, cryptocurrencies will account for 25% of national currencies by 2030, implying that a large portion of the world will begin to trust bitcoin as a form of commerce. Because of its volatile nature, prices will continue to fluctuate as they have in previous years, even as it gains wider acceptance among retailers and consumers.

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