“Exploring My Reserved Optimism Towards Cryptocurrency in the Year 2024”

The first is when your friends won’t stop talking about it. The second is when your friends want you to stop talking about it. But in the last decade or so, blockchain-based technology has managed to not go away. All that in hand, I think that 2024 is going be a good year for blockchain-based products and services, but not because I expect that 2021-era venture enthusiasm to rear its head again. Bullish 2024 signals for cryptoFully anticipating texts from friends who are crypto-negative in response to this story, I think it’s important to write down here that I do not hold any material crypto assets.

Crypto has a way of constantly fluctuating between two distinct modes. The first is when it becomes the center of every conversation with your friends, and the second is when they plead with you to stop discussing it.

Having observed the ebb and flow of the web3 world since 2013, I have learned to never underestimate the potential of cryptocurrency, while also not expecting the most bullish predictions to come to fruition immediately.

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But despite fluctuating sentiment and speculation from the general public and investors, the blockchain-based technology has managed to stand strong and continue its growth. Its community of believers and developers remain resilient through any downturn.

With this in mind, I believe that 2024 has the potential to be a great year for blockchain-based products and services. Not because I expect a resurgence of venture enthusiasm from 2021, but rather due to several market forces that are currently working in crypto’s favor. Let’s take a closer look and see if we can uncover some positive developments!

Bullish 2024 signals for crypto

Fully expecting messages from friends who hold negative views on crypto in response to this article, I want to make a disclaimer that I do not hold any significant cryptocurrency assets. I only have a small amount of crypto in a Coinbase account for testing purposes, and I may also have some zero-value NFTs stored in a MetaMask wallet that I set up for experimentation and learning. So, I am not writing this with any personal financial interest in mind. And for my friends who view any positive coverage of crypto from TechCrunch+ as a flaw on my part, please take a deep breath and relax.

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Zara Khan

Zara Khan is a seasoned investigative journalist with a focus on social justice issues. She has won numerous awards for her groundbreaking reporting and has a reputation for fearlessly exposing wrongdoing.

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