Top 10 Asia Digital Currency Trends 2015

To help our clients understand the current situation and try to make sense of what could be in the future of digital currencies in Asia, we expand our Top-10 report series to include this report covering the 2015 Top-10 Trends in Asia Digital Currency.
Top 10 Asia Digital Currency Trends
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Description

Few innovations in recent history have captured the attention of the global financial industry like Bitcoin has. Opinions vary, but enthusiasts or detractors think Bitcoin is either the solution to all of the world’s problems or a completely decentralized ponzi scheme. It carries the promises of completely redefining the way the financial industry works, along with the risks of disrupting the global economy as we know it. Similarly, it could also turn out to be nothing more than a virtual blip relegated to internet history books of the future along with a side reference to Pets.com.

As we move into 2015, things are still very much up in the air as to what the future holds for both Bitcoin and all the ensuing technologies that have come to market. To help our clients understand the current situation and try to make sense of what could be in the future of digital currencies in Asia, we are pleased to be able to expand our Top-10 report series to include this report covering the 2015 Top-10 Trends in Asia Digital Currency.

Top 10 Asia Digital Currency Trends Report Details:

  • Pages: 12 (excluding cover/back pages)
  • Tables and charts: 1

Table of Contents:

  • Foreword
  • Trend one: digital currency prices will remain volatile
  • Trend two: remittance will be the key killer app
  • Trend three: virtual currency will struggle to gain traction at the check-out
  • Trend four: a major Asian bank will go public about a crypto-tech integration
  • Trend five: digital currency investment will decrease in frequency, increase in size
  • Trend six: overall regulation in Asia will not be positive for digital currency
  • Trend seven: Singapore will be a key payment and exchange hub for digital currency
  • Trend eight: digital currency remittances will be driven from Hong Kong
  • Trend nine: bitcoin will remain the main digital currency, but will not hit mass adoption in 2015
  • Trend ten: blockchain tech will still be talked about, but none will reach scale
  • Conclusions

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