2021 Cryptocurrency Market Outlook
Delio Labs represents the prospect of global and Korean cryptocurrency markets in 2021.
It is a total of 5 series, organized across various fields of cryptocurrency-related industries, and is provided in a summary so that you can quickly grasp the contents.
- What is the forecast for the Bitcoin market in 2021?
- Bitcoin time will be continued in 2021
- Institutions and corporations in North America are expected to increase their share of the Bitcoin market.
- Full-fledged market entry of new individual investors
- The number of new interested individuals will increase, but it will take some time to buy.
- Investment scale is in the order of ‘Institution/Corporation -> Existing Individual Investor -> New Individual Investor
- Statistically, the highest returns in the year following the half-life of Bitcoin.
- Succeeded in converting recognition into a successful global digital asset.
2. What is the market outlook for altcoins?
- The growth of altcoins will stagnate due to the strong bitcoin, and the market cap will be further reduced.
- In contrast to Bitcoin, altcoins’ market regulation will become more severe. In particular, the US SEC is expected to regulate altcoins in earnest.
- Technology companies such as mainnet are expected to be second-handed in terms of capital and regulations
- Projects in the DeFi field are expected to continue to grow.
3. Exchange supremacy is moving from East Asia to North America
- North American exchanges are expected to occupy most of the global top 10 exchanges.
- As the market share of crypto-investment institutions in North America is rapidly growing, it is affecting the hegemony of the exchange.
- Large global exchanges are expected to reduce or withdraw their local offices by country.
- The dominator of Binance is a spectator point.
4. The number of global cryptocurrency holders is expected to exceed 100 million
- Increased inflow of new individual investors, mainly Bitcoin and DeFi projects.
- For more details, please refer to the University of Cambridge report.
5. In Korea, the market will still be driven by individual investors.
- In 2021, Korean institutions are expected to enter the cryptocurrency investment market.
- Not due to the low interest of cryptocurrency investment, but because of regulations.
- In contrast to the global trend in which cryptocurrency investment is shifting toward institutions, South Korea is still a market centered on individual investors.
6. Individual investors in Korea remain strong
- Korea market accounts for more than 10% of global cryptocurrency investment
- The amount of private investment in Korea is twice that of China and 5 times that of Southeast Asia.
- Korea’s third-largest cryptocurrency investor in the world by individual standards
7. Acceleration of cryptocurrency financialization around DeFi and CeFi
- Various cryptocurrency derivatives will release.
- Investment will expand to new digital assets beyond cryptocurrency
- Spotlighting the STO again.
8. Galapagos Syndrome in the Korean crypto market
- Korea is lagging behind China and the United States in terms of technology despite the government’s policy of developing blockchain technology, and business innovation is also on the decline.
- While private investment is active, cryptocurrency-related companies are losing competitiveness, and several projects led by traditional large platforms will monopolize the market.
- Exchanges must lead the cryptocurrency market, but it is difficult because of regulations.
- In Korea, the adoption of individual investors is slow in terms of the use of decentralized services, DeFi, and MetaMask.
- Ironically, the reason for falling behind in global trends is the growth of the Korean cryptocurrency exchange ‘KRW Market’.
- In conclusion, Korea’s cryptocurrency market will deteriorate further and go against the global trend.
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