The Wall Street Journal ensures that bitcoin has few tangible uses

An article published on January 1st assures that cryptocurrencies are largely useful only for developers

The Wall Street Journal assured through an article that bitcoin cryptocurrency and blockchain technology have few tangible uses until now.

The article also said: “Bitcoin and the hundreds of other digital currencies that have appeared over the years are still largely usable only by developers.”

One of the cryptocurrencies that the newspaper has emphasized the most was the ethereum. They claimed that its application development has been classified as much less intuitive than for other platforms that are not based on blockchain.

“The creation of a similar application for the ethereum platform involves the development of a complete set of tools to connect the application to the platform itself”, they emphasized.

However, despite being so reluctant against the cryptocurrency market, WSJ admits that new institutional investors could start in the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) to be launched in Bakkt, this 2019.

K. Tovar

Source: Coincrispy

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