JPMorgan Strategist says Bitcoin to Grab Attention of Wall Street Again
Bitcoin is likely to witness a resurgent interest of Wall Street, says Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou (Global Market Strategist of JPMorgan). He believes the on-going cryptocurrency market’s stability is setting the stage for the resurgence of institutional investors’ interests in the near future.
Panigirtzoglou acknowledged the fact that “The cryptocurrency market was a new market. It went through a bubble phase [and] the burst.”.
JPMorgan Strategist’s Prediction about Wall Street’s Renewed Interest in
Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies
- The stability of cryptocurrencies during the
growingphase of the market, and
- Growth and development of the blockchain technology, which is the basis of Bitcoin (BTC).
While making this prediction, Panigirtzoglou also noted that the resurgence of Wall Street’s interest in Bitcoin could be years away from now. He singled out one reason for this slow progress and it is the slowness of regulators in coming up with simplified crypto regulations by the regulators. He said that the US regulators are rather slow in realizing the true potential of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Crypto enthusiast and investors believe that the institutional
Has Wall Street Behemoths Have Given Up on Crypto Market? Is there any Optimism Left?
A Bloomberg report published in late December 2019 claimed that leading
Wall Street giants including Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup Inc, and
others have shelved their cryptocurrency projects now and also for the foreseeable
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has
defended the technology behind Bitcoin. He went on to say that he owns Bitcoin
only and no other cryptocurrency because BTC is a great brand. He went on to
is resilient. Bitcoin is principled. Bitcoin is native to internet ideals.”
While expressing his optimism about the leading cryptocurrency, in terms
of market capitalization, Dorsey said:
world ultimately will have a single currency, the Internet will have a single
currency. I personally believe that it will be Bitcoin.”
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