The Crypto Weekly – September 20th, 2019

<Privacy Coins In Danger> As regulations on exchanges tighten, privacy coins are in jeopardy. Upbit and OKEx Korea have announced the delisting of privacy coins such as Monero (XMR), DASH (DASH), and ZCASH (ZEC). Although Coinbase recently listed DASH on Coinbase Pro, in the UK it has ceased its support of ZEC. And Japan banned exchanges from dealing with privacy coins long ago. The FATF asked exchanges to implement the Travel Rule, and the US Treasury has suggested regulations on the crypto-asset ecosystem to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing. Considering that national security has historically preceded individual privacy, exchanges under the influence of regulators are likely to succumb to the pressure to abolish privacy coins. Of course, even if the regulations are tightened, the privacy coin ecosystem will not disappear completely. However, it is highly likely that privacy coins will only be used in limited areas in the future. The blockchain industry, which follows the original cypher-punk spirit that focuses on privacy, is changing through commercialization and regulation. Please check the link below for more detailed information. Thank you! English report – Those who want to subscribe our report, please see the link below. http://bit.ly/cpletter

The Crypto Weekly – September 6th, 2019

<Bitcoin’s Market Share Continues To Rise> Bitcoin’s market share recently surpassed 70% based on CoinMarketCap figures, the highest share Bitcoin has had since March 2017. Arcane Research has said that the actual Bitcoin market share (in terms of volume and discounting stable coins) is over 90%. We expect Bitcoin’s market share to continue rising due to the following reasons: 1) global risk hedging effect; 2) block reward halvening; 3) new institutional investors; 4) ICO downturn; 5) Altcoin bankruptcy failed. Of course, rising Bitcoin market share does not mean the end of altcoins. Some altcoins are expected to dominate in certain fields. However, it is not easy for altcoins to surpass the “network effect” built by Bitcoin. Please check the link below for more detailed information. Thank you! English report — Those who want to subscribe our report, please see the link below. http://bit.ly/cpletter

The Crypto Weekly – August 30th, 2019

<The Evolution Of Stable Coins> Stable coins emerged to solve the high price volatility of crypto assets. Although stable coins were used primarily for trading purposes in the early stages of their development, they are evolving toward creating value in real-life, including decentralized finance (DeFi) and e-commerce payments. Also, Libra, which will be issued by global companies such as Facebook, is expected to launch, as well as Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) that are issued by central banks. Of course, there are still many problems to overcome, but it seems clear that the evolution of stable coins will be a catalyst for the innovation of digital money. Please check the link below for more detailed information. Thank you! https://cpresearch.page.link/CryptoWeekly190830ENG — Those who want to subscribe our report, please see the link below. http://bit.ly/cpletter

The Crypto Weekly – August 23rd, 2019

<2019 Is the First Major Year of Bitcoin Institutional Investment> 2019 is the first year of Bitcoin institutional investment. The institutional Bitcoin platform (trading, custody, and payments) Bakkt will be released on September 23rd. The launch has been delayed several times since 2018 and it has finally been approved by regulators. Until Bakkt’s launch, it is almost impossible to accurately predict the short-term price direction of Bitcoin. However, we can gauge the impact of the full-fledged introduction of new institutional funds into the bitcoin market in the mid to long term. Please check the link below for more detailed information. Thank you! https://cpresearch.page.link/CryptoWeekly190823ENG — Those who want to subscribe our report, please see the link below. http://bit.ly/cpletter

The Crypto Weekly – August 16th, 2019

<Digital Currency War> The People’s Bank of China announced that it is preparing to introduce its CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency). Just two months after Facebook’s Libra white paper was released. The BIS and the IMF advised that each country should prepare for the coming era of CBDCs, and China is the first to act. Meanwhile, the US Federal Reserve announced that it will launch FedNow, a real-time payment system, by 2023-24, and Japan is building the SWIFT of cryptocurrency with the approval of FATF. In Europe, the former IMF President Lagarde, who has a tendency towards cryptocurrency, has been appointed as the next ECB governor. The war for the digital currency supremacy has begun. Please check the link below for more detailed information. Thank you! https://cpresearch.page.link/CryptoWeekly190816ENG — Those who want to subscribe our report, please see the link below. http://bit.ly/cpletter