A number of structural shifts will arise in the near future and public authorities are already looking for technological solutions to assist in correcting those shifts. The sooner authorities embrace blockchain in its purest form the better.

Central banks will play a massive part in the widespread acceptance of blockchain via cryptocurrencies that are issued by them. We see this happening sooner rather than later, especially with platforms such as Stellar.

What did we do when the crypto markets dipped dramatically in January? We held but also followed the money elsewhere, taking advantage of the bull run in Oil and the S&P 500 as they reached new heights.

If you were given $2,000 tax free every month for the rest of your life, how would you change the way you live? With all bills paid in perpetuity would you finally play your talents and "work" a job you actually like doing?

At 49, Dean has worked hard his whole life towards a pension, paying off the mortgage, saving up to get the house extension done, and seeing his kids graduate from school. Crypto changed everything.

Congratulations, you survived the Bitcoin 'Crash'! A detailed review of the turmoil in cryptocurrencies we saw across the board this week shows how it's worthwhile being greedy when others are fearful.

As 2018 is off to a quick start, here are our predictions of where some of the key cryptocurrencies will be by the end of the year. If 2017 were the year of hype, 2018 will be the year of consolidation and immense growth.

We’ve all heard the saying: “You’ll recognise a financial bubble when your taxi driver shares ‘inside’ information about the future price of an ‘investment of a lifetime’ with you.” In the case of crypto…this happens to be our lifetime.

With your eyes fixed on what’s in store for your crypto investment in 2018, you can be forgiven for forgetting to reflect on the year just past. With $1,000 to invest at the start of the year, what would you have in your pocket today?

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