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4 Trends To Watch After Crypto's Big Year

By Elise Hansen (January 3, 2022, 5:02 PM GMT) -- Cryptocurrency burst into the mainstream in 2021, drawing enthusiasm from retail and institutional investors as well as scrutiny from lawmakers and regulators. That heightened public profile will likely continue in 2022 as the technology continues to evolve and authorities weigh their responses.

Many digital assets hit all-time price highs in 2021, including bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, which nearly hit $68,800 per bitcoin earlier this year. Other digital assets, such as ether and even the shiba inu-themed dogecoin saw leaps in price and popular stature as the crypto craze took hold.

The massive expansion of the cryptocurrency market, including...

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