A year after the crypto-currency market cap rose from $1 billion to $7.4 billion, it’s still far from enough to make up for the health gap between its biggest users and its biggest competitors.
The trend is a key reason why many of the biggest players in the space have begun to work to make the gap between their products more equitable.
For years, it has been common for tech companies to use Bitcoin as a way to keep the crypto market afloat, but that has changed this year as the crypto economy has taken off.
The most important way to improve the health of crypto users is to create a more equitable ecosystem.
“If you’re an investor in crypto, you know that there’s a lot of money going into Bitcoin and there’s lots of money in Litecoin, and you can buy in Litecoins, and Litecoins can be traded for Bitcoin,” said Scott Anderson, CEO of the Digital Currency Group, which invests in companies that offer crypto products.
In short, if there’s not enough healthy crypto investors, then it’s likely that people will not be able to invest in healthy crypto-investment, Anderson said.
So, the key is to build a more inclusive ecosystem for crypto users and for developers, who would like to see a fair playing field for their products.
“What you want to do is build a platform where everyone can invest, where everybody can participate, where you don’t have a monopoly on the technology, which is the crypto space,” Anderson said, adding that the goal is to help everyone succeed.
Bitcoin has proven itself to be an effective and fair exchange for a wide range of products.
The platform, which was designed to be decentralized, allows users to buy and sell things with bitcoins.
But that’s not how it works in the real world.
With the crypto community still far behind, it may be a bit harder to convince the community to accept Bitcoin, but the community seems to be taking steps to help its users get healthier, too.
In November, BitPay, a payment processor, announced it would be launching a new, Bitcoin-only service in the United States.
The company also announced that it would start using Bitcoin in its business operations in March.
Anderson said that the crypto ecosystem needs to take on a more “diversity” role.
“[There’s] a lot more work to do to get more people participating,” he said.
“It’s a really diverse space.
But the more we work to get everyone to participate, the more people will benefit.”
In addition to Bitcoin, other crypto currencies like Litecoin and Ethereum are also starting to attract new investors.
Anderson said that many crypto-assets like Ethereum are still far away from reaching mass adoption.
But he said the ecosystem needs a “big shift” in order to help all crypto-users and developers, even if it’s not a big shift right now.
While he believes the ecosystem is in the early stages of a new shift, he’s optimistic that it will get there.
“The ecosystem is changing so fast,” he noted.
“I think it’s only going to get bigger, and I think the biggest changes are going to be on the back end.”