It was a big year for cryptocurrency in 2023; but what can we expect for the digital coin in 2024?
Last year saw the notorious high-profile crypto court cases involving Sam Bankman-Fried and Changpeng Zhao.
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But despite the downfall of two of the currency’s biggest players, crypto ended the year 160 per cent up on 2022.
In this episode of The Briefing, we’re joined by Dr Dimitrios Salampasis, a financial technologies expert from Swinburne University, to find out what’s in store for crypto in 2024.
Dr Salampasis said 2024 is going to be another interesting year for the crypto space, with it still stuck in the loop of conflicting narratives and discourses with numerous industry challenges which should be addressed.
“From a regulatory standpoint and policy making standpoint, I think there is going to be further push,” he said.
“Definitely we’re going to be seeing more governments pushing for regulation and pushing, I wouldn’t want to call it surveillance, but more of a supervisory approach.
“I was looking at some stats around 20,000 exist globally; most of them will disappear because there is no utilisation.”
To hear all of Dr Salampasis’ chat, including recapping crypto’s 2023 and what else to expect in 2024, listen to the episode of The Briefing.
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