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How safe is cryptocurrency?

How safe is cryptocurrency?


Asked On2022-06-22 17:32:36 by:manastaneja

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Compared to other asset classes such as stocks and government bonds, investing in cryptocurrency can be considered very risky.
While cryptocurrencies are generally seen as legal across Europe, many aspects of cryptocurrency remain unregulated—or may be subject to shifting regulations. Fluctuating regulations are part of what can make crypto markets more vulnerable to instability—as we saw in the summer of 2021, when China’s crackdown on crypto-related activities coincided with a drop in Bitcoin’s price. With so many world governments weighing how to react to crypto’s rise, there are a lot of factors that may contribute to crypto’s volatility moving forward.
Another part of crypto’s general volatility comes from the fact that it’s still relatively new, and investors may not know exactly what to make of it yet. Because crypto doesn’t have the same historical proof points of other asset classes, like stocks, it may be more prone to huge price swings that come with shifting investor sentiment. Some cryptocurrencies are more prone to this than others, but even Bitcoin, the oldest and biggest crypto by market cap, is known for alarming price swings.

Answerd on:2022-06-23 Answerd By:suman

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