The crypto market is going to explode in 2018.
We’re going to be in uncharted territory in terms of how much of it we’re going, and how much it can really capture and how many users it can be used for.
Here’s a look at what it means for Australia.
Crypto is becoming a global asset: The crypto-currency space has grown massively over the past few years.
In the past, it was mainly used in the Chinese market for payments and exchange, but now that we’re in the west, it’s becoming a mainstream asset.
This is an entirely different story when you look at the rest of the world, where bitcoin and other crypto assets have already proven to be quite popular.
For example, the price of bitcoin has jumped by nearly 10,000% in the past month alone.
And a major reason for this is the growth of China’s crypto-economy.
Its a massive cryptocurrency market and is already over $10bn.
This means there are huge volumes of demand for crypto.
It’s also been proven that crypto is a good fit for some of the biggest players in the world.
This explains why the crypto-market has seen so much success in the last few years: It’s a global phenomenon.
We have this incredible amount of liquidity, so if a marketcap hits $1bn, that’s huge for any given marketcap.
And because there are so many people involved in this global crypto-economic movement, there’s a huge amount of activity.
There are a lot of potential opportunities for crypto to grow as a currency, especially if the marketcap reaches a point where it’s an attractive investment opportunity for many people.
But there’s also huge risks with crypto that need to be addressed: The cryptocurrency market has exploded over the last two years in terms.
It is a global phenomena.
We are currently witnessing a huge growth in crypto demand and this has been largely driven by China.
But this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Australia is the most active crypto-investment market in the West.
Crypto will play a role in Australia’s future prosperity: This is not to say that Australia is immune from the next wave of crypto-capitalism.
Crypto-currency can be a powerful tool for the country to diversify its economy and help it remain globally competitive.
There’s also a strong case to be made that crypto-currencies can help the Australian economy.
Australia will be a big beneficiary of crypto’s future: It seems clear that cryptocurrencies will play an important role in our economic growth in the years to come.
And this is not just for crypto-assets, but for many other financial assets.
A lot of the crypto assets will be used in various industries, such as finance, healthcare, IT, healthcare and even retail.
The Australian economy is incredibly complex, but its possible that crypto could play a key role in shaping its future.
Australia’s financial markets will need to catch up to the current pace of innovation: The Australian financial markets are now so sophisticated that they have already made massive leaps forward in terms the amount of money that can be moved in the crypto market, and the speed at which it can do so.
But as this market grows, it will be increasingly important for the Australian financial services industry to catch-up to the pace of the global market.
This will require a massive expansion of the regulatory environment in terms how crypto can be regulated.
And it will require the industry to focus on new applications such as tokenised lending, digital currencies and virtual currencies.
The digital economy in Australia will need a much more sophisticated regulatory framework.
But that won’t be easy: Australia is not a perfect market for crypto and the Australian regulator will have to develop a much stronger regulatory framework to accommodate this huge market.
It will also require a lot more focus on building up Australia’s position in the international crypto economy.
In fact, it is going in the wrong direction.
We need a more holistic regulatory approach in the digital economy to allow crypto to thrive.