Do you know what the crypto-world will look like in 2019?

2018 was clearly a step backward for the crypto-economy. We end the year with most top coins such as Bitcoin and Ether returning to their mid-2017 prices, a big disappointment for many who thought they would retire early, as Bitcoin would blast past $20,000. Didn't happen. Perhaps you could say the winners were the ones that bought their Ferraris, Lambos, and London penthouses in the nick of time. The biggest losers were perhaps the companies that launched successful ICOs, and opportunistically did not convert the majority of their tokens to Fiat as soon as possible. Some who reportedly raised tens of millions of dollars are left with half a million in the bank. You can't pay salaries with a

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