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— Ian King (@IanKingGuru) February 15, 2018
Ian King, the new editor of crypto asset technologies for Banyan Hill Publishing is committed to helping investors in this new asset class locate the best investment opportunities.
A financial industry expert with a background as a hedge fund trader for New York-based Peahi Capital and experience as a mortgage bond trader for Salomon Brothers, King followed cryptocurrencies from their early years and eventually left his career in institutional finance in 2013, launching his own company to educate crypto investors and to assist them with making financial decisions.
The elimination of the middle man and creation a system based on trust aspects of cryptos appealed to King. He’s observed that economic functioning within societies thrives when there is trust between its members.
The explosion of crypto-based currencies is a result of how well perceived that it is by the community King points out.
The flexibility of the crypto exchange model allows it to be implemented in a presently unquantifiable number of solution configurations. Ian King points out that the underlying crypto technologies allow for the possibilities of refrigerators that order food when they are low, cars that pay their meter fares as being just the tip of the iceberg of the potential to be gained in this space.
Secure transactions without fees is just one of the several immediate benefits to consumer applications of digital currencies. The framework, built upon a blockchain ledger allows a distributed and indisputable record of the transaction to persist across a globally distributed network of public servers.
Major financial institutions are just starting to get involved in this arena. They’re putting money into it in several ways. Hiring experts in the underlying technologies, pursuing patents on their own proprietary implementations and acquiring financial instruments tied to the crypto assets on behalf of their clients are just a few of the ways that Wall Street is entering cryptos. Read more on Talkmarkets for more info.
For private investors, cryptocurrencies open the opportunities of high return investments, previously only available to venture capitalists, wealthy individuals and financial institutions. And it does so in a way that gives them immediate market liquidity to investors via digital currency exchanges.
In fact, the means through which new altcoins are created, ICOs, enables private investors to evaluate and invest in startups that have the same potential as say a Google or Amazon.com.
The market is just at the beginning of its potential and the opportunities will continue to expand well into 2018 and beyond, predicts Ian King. Learn more:https://banyanhill.com/expert/ian-king/