Crypto Currency and Cyber Currency: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2018 to 2024

  • ID: 4521409
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 299 Pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
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The Worldwide Crypto-Currency Market at $1.9 Billion Market in 2017, and is Expected to Reach $84 Billion by 2024

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This 2018 study has 299 pages, 78 tables, and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve continuing growth as the advantages of digital currency move away from the drug dealers and the criminals to mainstream activities like supply chain management and IoT communications. Cyber currency is useful for marketing and branding.  

The value of Bitcoin is very volatile. The number of payments that can be handled is low. So why does the cybercurrency hold attractions and have a high market cap? The reason is people can use it to move money around anomalously. This has value for some people. The cyber-currencies are expected to further evolve lowering the cost of bank settlements and giving people access to inexpensive worldwide payments systems.

Bitcoin does face scaling issues that will need to be resolved for its longer-term viability - specifically, transaction processing costs, speed, and energy requirements will need to be addressed.

The worldwide Crypto-Currency market at $1.9 billion market in 2017, and is expected to reach $84 billion by 2024.  

Key Topics Covered:

  • Crypto-Currency
  • Dark Web
  • Dark Net
  • Consumer Digital Currency
  • Enterprise Digital Currency
  • Cyber-Currency
  • Bitcoin
  • Ethereum
  • Ripple
  • Bitcoin Cash
  • Litecoin
  • EOS
  • Cardano
  • Stellar
  • NEO
  • Monero
  • IOTA
  • Dash
  • Tether
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1. Cryptocurrency: Market Description and Market Dynamics
1.1 The Myth Persists
1.1.1 What Will a Stable Cyber Currency Look Like?
1.1.2 Crypto Currencies With A Fixed Supply Are Inherently Too Volatile To Be Useful
1.1.3 Crypto Currency Theft Is Irreversible
1.1.4 Crypto-Currencies Represent A New Way Of Managing Transactions Locally Or Within A Fixed System
1.2 Volatility of The Value Of Crypto-Currencies
1.3 IBM and Central Banks
1.4 Cryptographically Secure Tokens
1.4.1 IBM's Work With Assets Issued On A Blockchain

2. Cybercurrency Market Shares and Forecasts
2.1 Using Cyber Currency
2.1.1 How Credit Cards are Different from Crypto Currency
2.1.2 Visa and American Express
2.1.3 Money Can Become Decentralized
2.1.4 Cybercurrency Thefts
2.2 Crypto-Currency Market Shares
2.2.1 In 2016, Bitcoin Doubled in Price
2.2.2 Ethereum Platform and Ether Cryptocurrency
2.2.3 Ethereum Useful In Corporate Settings
2.2.4 Dark Web Currencies
2.2.5 Dark Net Description
2.3 Crypto-Currency and Cyber-Currency Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Cyrpto-Currency Market Forecasts
2.3.2 Bitcoin
2.3.3 Blockchain Business Value
2.3.4 IBM Blockchain Platform
2.3.5 Cyber-Currency$300 Billion Token Market
2.4 Crypto-Currency Market Segments
2.4.1 NEO Provides Framework for Brands
2.4.2 IOTA Public Distributed Ledger
2.4.3 Ripple Distributed Exchange
2.4.4 Crypto-Currency Segments, Dark Web, Consumer, and Enterprise Revenue
2.4.5 Crypto-Currency Segments, Dark Web and Enterprise Market Cap Market
2.4.6 Cross-Border Payments
2.4.7 Central Banks Considering Issuing Cryptocurrency
2.4.8 Supply chain
2.5 Cyber-Currency Prices
2.6 Cyber-Currency Regional Market Analysis

3. Cybercurrency Product Description
3.1 Dangers to the Dollar
3.1.1 US Balanced Budget
3.1.2 Blockchain Is Distributed Ledger Technology
3.2 Russian Currency Put In Place To Enable The Government To Tackle The Problem Of Tax Evasion
3.3 Blockchain Technology
3.4 Vendors Accepting BitCoins
3.4.1 Bitcoin Not An Effective Form Of Payment
3.5 Coin Market Average Transaction Fee

4. Cybercurrency Research and Technology
4.1 Standards
4.1.1 SuchApp
4.2 Blockchain Decentralized ledger
4.2.1 South Korean Justice Ministry Seeks to Regulate Cyber Currency: South Koreans Suggest Shutting Down Cryptocurrency Exchanges
4.3 Corporations Going Full Speed Ahead With Blockchain
4.4 Bitcoin Conversion to Local Currency
4.5 Current Value Of Data Center Infrastructure $10 Trillion

5. Cyber Currency Company Profiles
5.1 Amazon
5.2 Binance Coin
5.2.1 Underlying Binance Platform
5.3 BitCoin
5.3.1 BitCoin De-Facto Currency of Cyber-Crime, Darknet Markets
5.3.2 BitCoin Volatility
5.3.3 Bitcoin US Dollar Daily Chart
5.3.4 BitCoin Vulnerability to Theft
5.3.5 Bitcoin and the FBI
5.3.6 Controversies That Have Plagued BitCoin
5.3.7 Mr. Hearn Who Helped Develop BitCoin Came Out of Google
5.3.8 Cryptocurrency Transactions Blockchain
5.3.9 Why Bitcoin Will Never Be the Dominant Form of Money
5.3.10 Loans and Deposits Are an Elastic Form Of Money
5.3.11 The Main Problem with Bitcoin Is That It’s Inelastic
5.3.12 Credit Is Money
5.3.13 Banks Cannot Make Bitcoin-Denominated Loans
5.3.14 Money Serves As A Medium Of Exchange
5.4 BitCoin Cash
5.5 Cardano
5.6 Dash
5.7 Dragonchain
5.7.1 Dragonchain
5.7.2 Dragonchain Privacy
5.7.3 Dragonchain Coding Flexibility
5.8 Dragon Corp
5.9 EOS
5.9.1 EOS.IO Software Blockchain Architecture
5.10 Ethereum
5.10.1 Ethereum
5.10.2 Ether Cryptocurrency
5.10.3 Ether
5.10.4 Ethereum Initial Coin Offerings
5.10.5 Ethereum Useful In Corporate Settings
5.10.6 Ethereum, a Virtual Currency, Enables Transactions That Rival Bitcoin’s
5.11 Ethereum Classic
5.12 IBM
5.12.1 IBM Blockchain Activity
5.12.2 IBM's Strategic Cybercurrency Partnerships
5.12.3 Central Banks Considering Issuing Cryptocurrency
5.12.4 Digital Economy Has Made Trust More Important
5.12.5 IBM Blockchain Platform
5.13 ICON
5.13.1 ICON A South Korean Currency
5.13.2 How does ICON work?
5.13.3 ICON DAPP (Decentralized Application)
5.13.4 ICON Vision 157
5.14 IOTA
5.14.1 IOTA Public Distributed Ledger
5.14.2 IOTA Teams with Microsoft Cryptocurrency
5.14.3 IOTA 'Blockless' Technology Replaces Blockchain with Tangle
5.15 KuCoin
5.16 Lisk
5.17 Litecoin
5.17.1 Litecoin Currency in the Dark Web
5.18 Monero
5.19 Maker
5.19.1 Monero
5.20 Nano
5.20.1 Nano Pruned Ledger Support
5.21 NEM
5.21.1 NEM Pushes Blockchain Performance
5.22 NEO
5.23 OmiseGo
5.23.1 OmiseGO
5.23.2 OmiseGo & McDonalds
5.24 QTUM
5.25 R3
5.26 Ripple
5.27 Stellar
5.27.1 Stellar Lightning
5.27.2 Payment Channel Designs
5.28 Tether
5.29 TRON
5.29.1 TRONIX Is Third Generation Crypto
5.30 VeChain
5.30.1 VeChain Thor
5.31 Zcash
5.32 Date of Numbers Collection Note:

6. The Publisher
6.1 Methodology
6.2 Research Process
6.3 Market Research Study
6.4 Global Market Intelligence Company

7. Appendix
Appendix A
Appendix B List of All Crypto Currencies: April 16, 2018

List of Figures
Figure 1. Bitcoin Not An Effective Form Of Payment
Figure 2. Bitcoin Payment Issues
Figure 3. Bitcoin Scaling Issues
Figure 4. IBM and Central Banks
Figure 5. IBM Tokens Supported
Figure 6. Racks of Servers Mining Bitcoins and Ether in Guizhou, China, June 2017
Figure 7. Bitcoin and Ether Digital Currency Relative Value in 2017
Figure 8. Crypto-Currency Market Cap Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 9. Crypto-Currency Revenue Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 10. Crypto-Currency Revenue and Revenue Market Cap Multiples Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 11. Cryptocurrency Coin Market Cap, Trade Volume, Number of Coins
Figure 12. Crypto-Currency Coin Ranking Price/ Market Cap / 24hour Change
Figure 13. Ethereum Corporate Users In Enterprise Settings
Figure 14. Screenshot of the Dark Net Marketplace Alphabay
Figure 15. Dark Web Currency
Figure 16. Crypto Currency Revenue Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2018-2024
Figure 17. Crypto-Currency Revenue, Worldwide, 2018-2024
Figure 18. Crypto-Currency Market Cap Worldwide, 2018-2024
Figure 19. Coin Market Top Ten Average Transaction Fee
Figure 20. Figure 4. Bitcoin Value April 1, 2018
Figure 21. Figure 5. Bitcoin Value High $19,500 December 2017
Figure 22. Figure 6. Bitcoin Early Value
Figure 23. Bitcoin 24 Hours April 1, 2018
Figure 24. Bitcoin High December, 2017
Figure 25. Bitcoin 5 Years April 1, 2018
Figure 26. IBM Blockchain Platform Functions
Figure 27. Crypto-Currency Market Segments
Figure 28. Crypto-Currency Segments, Dark Net and Consumer, Market Cap Market Segments, Dollars and Percent, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 29. Dark Web Poll Results
Figure 30. Crypto-Currency Segments, Dark Web, Consumer, and Enterprise Revenue, Dollars and Percent, Worldwide, 2018-2024
Figure 31. Crypto-Currency Segments, Dark Web and Enterprise Market Cap Market, Dollars and Percent, Worldwide, 2018-2024
Figure 32. Central Banks Considering Issuing Cryptocurrency
Figure 33. Supply Chain Blockchain Trace Information
Figure 34. Crypto-Currency Regional Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 35. Most Expensive Cybercurrency as of March 2018
Figure 36. Centralized vs. Distributed Network
Figure 37. Vladimir Putin Authorized the Creation of a Russian Online Currency Called the CryptoRuble
Figure 38. Bitcoin Scaling Issues
Figure 39. Bitcoin Not An Effective Form Of Payment
Figure 40. Bitcoin Payment Issues 97
Figure 41. Coin Market Top Ten Average Transaction Fee
Figure 42. List of Bitcoin Forks
Figure 43. Hardfork Blocks from Non-Upgraded Nodes
Figure 44. Bitcoin US Dollar Daily Chart
Figure 45. Dragonchain Cryptocurrency
Figure 46. Dragon Slumber Score
Figure 47. EOS.IO Software Features
Figure 48. Bitcoin and Ether Digital Currency Relative Value in 2017
Figure 49. Ethereum Uses In Corporate Settings
Figure 50. Ethereum Launched in 2015 by Vitalik Buterin
Figure 51. Joseph lubin, Founded Consensys, Which Specializes In Applications That Run On Ethereum. Andrew Keys, Is Director Of Enterprise Business Development At Consensys
Figure 52. Ethereum Classic Charts
Figure 53. IBM Target Cybercurrency Trading Customers
Figure 54. IBM Cybercurrency Strategic Partnerships
Figure 55. Central Banks Cryptocurrency Activity
Figure 56. IBM Cybercurrency Token Recommendations
Figure 57. IBM Blockchain Fundamental Requirements
Figure 58. IBM Laser Focused on Blockchain Fundamental Requirements
Figure 59. IBM 600 Blockchain Projects Industry Segments
Figure 60. ICON Variable Value
Figure 61. Price IOTA over time found on Coin Gecko:
Figure 62. e-Krona Central Bank Criteria for IOTA
Figure 63. Litecoin Key Judgments
Figure 64. Maker Market Cap, Price USD, Price BTC
Figure 65. Monero Technical Specifications
Figure 66. Nano Network Types Of Blocks
Figure 67. Nano Cyber Currency Features
Figure 68. NEM Value
Figure 69. NEM Marketcap, Price, Volume
Figure 70. NEM Blockchain Technology Features
Figure 71. OmiseGo Charts
Figure 72. QTUM Functions
Figure 73. Stellar Crypto Currency Features
Figure 74. Stellar Functions
Figure 75. Payment Channel Design Rules
Figure 76. Teather Features
Figure 77. Teather Functions
Figure 78. Cybercurrency Coin Ranking

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  • Cardano
  • Dash
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  • Ethereum
  • Ethereum Classic
  • IBM
  • ICON
  • IOTA
  • KuCoin
  • Lisk
  • Litecoin
  • Maker
  • Monero
  • NEM
  • NEO
  • Nano
  • OmiseGo
  • QTUM
  • R3
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  • TRON
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  • VeChain
  • Zcash
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