Although cryptocurrencies are still in their infancy, there can be no doubt that they’re here to stay! Bitcoin, the original and most famous, has reached incredible heights in terms of its value with the market capitalization of the entire sector on an upward trajectory and even rising far above expectations, having broken through the mark of $200 billion. The security, traceability, and non-governmental nature of crypto-currencies mean that they have an enormous amount to offer, both as mainstream stores of value and methods of transaction. The market for crypto-currencies is not fully realized. Simply trading a crypto-currency can be a burden for many potential users due to security concerns and identity verification difficulties. However, having an easy-to-use, secure crypto-currency technology that integrates P2P exchange between fiat and crypto-currency, crowd-funding, crypto lending, credit card capability, and cold, secure storage of user funds easily accessible in the future through localised Automated Teller Machines (ATM). While providing novice users with techniques to improve their skills, is the future of safe trading and exchange of assets, providing users with a return on gross profits serves as an additional incentive. There are certain limitations in the centralized exchange that prevents its popularity even though it gives immense opportunity to buy, sell, and exchange of the crypto-currencies. One of the pressing challenges in the centralized system is the choice to keep the system of functionality away from the chain network. As a result, the transactions are not particularly recorded in the blockchain network. So, even though the exchange or sale happens on papers, they are not recorded in the system. As a result, a large chunk of the crypto-currencies is just settling in one spot for the raid by the hackers. Any security breach on a centralized network can result in millions of dollars lost in revenue. There isn’t any insurance model available that can cover up for the losses. There is a discretionary power given to the exchange to declare itself bankrupt. In the process, the common audience will have to face the most challenges.
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