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- Many people have predicted that in 2021, the world of cryptocurrency will spike to highs not seen before.
- Brad Garlinghouse has recently said that next year will see a plethora of adoption when it comes to the growth of digital assets and the overall industry as people look to diversify their portfolios.
Many people have predicted that in 2021, the world of cryptocurrency will spike to highs not seen before.
To that end, the chief executive officer of the San Francisco-based blockchain company Ripple, Brad Garlinghouse has recently said that next year will see a plethora of new adoption when it comes to the growth of digital assets and the overall industry as people look to diversify their portfolios.
“Looking forward to 2021 as more companies hold crypto on their balance sheets (diversification is key here).”
Brad made his comments during an interview with Julia Chatterley of CNN earlier this week as he went on to say that this year has been particularly exciting for the industry. Numerous gains have been experienced over the course of 2020 and it doesn’t seem that it is slowing down.
As many of us are well aware, coronavirus has been a big part as to why digital payments have become more popular. Many people are using digital currencies as a form of payment, investment and as a store of value. Big institutional investors such as PayPal is one company that has been getting further involvement within the industry.
On this topic, the CEO noted that numerous governments from all over the world have played a big part in boosting the performance and adoption of several cryptos over the course of this year.
“Many governments around the world are printing more fiat currencies. Here in the United States, you see trillions of dollars in stimulus and that means we’re inflating the US dollar.”
Over the course of 2020, the world of cryptocurrency has grown massively with many people predicting that this growth is only going to increase in the coming year. The CEO went on to discuss the long-term value of my crypto assets. He specifically mentioned the store of value and the utility as he highlighted:
“The long-term value of any digital asset is going to be derived from its utility. One utility is a store of value and you’re seeing that across Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that don’t have an inflationary dynamic.”
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