The economic slowdown will trigger traction for cryptocurrencies again in 2019, believes the co-founder of Thomas Crown Art.

Are Cryptos Dead?
Cryptocurrencies have had a terrible year so far. After reaching an all-time high of over $800 billion in market capitalization in January 2018, the cryptocurrency market has lost over $700 billion throughout the year.
Despite predictions of a rally during the October to December timeframe, the market saw a further decline of 20% in November. Many critics have already sounded the death knell for cryptocurrencies.
That might change in the coming year. Well,

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