Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology had a strong year in 2019. Whilst many may associate the year with controversial headlines around coin scandals and security breaches, these have been a momentous 12 months that have moved the crypto space from the peripheries of finance and technology, firmly into the mainstream. The last year has seen substantial advances. Regulators made significant crypto guidance, investors backed encouraging projects, decentralised financial protocols made their mark in peer-to-peer trading and the world’s largest banks embraced both private, public and open-source blockchains for a number of functions.
So what’s in store for 2020? Trustology weighs in.