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Crypto vs Institutional Investors: What Issues Must Industry Players and Governments Address?

  By David Drake   Cryptocurrencies have captured the attention of a growing number of companies and institutions. The Dutch audit firm, KPMG, is among the latest firms to focus on cryptocurrencies. As one of the leading four global audit firms, KPMG launched a report that clearly shows digital assets are worth considering, but insist that institutionalization is key to […]

Government vs Industry Players: What Role Does Each Have in Bringing Institutional Capital to the Crypto Market?

  By David Drake   Cryptocurrencies are becoming essential to the global market. According to KPMG, they are indeed vital, but will take time before they reach their full potential. Currently, the crypto market is primarily speculation-driven as retail investors choose startups based on their ability of their crypto product to add value. Because of their nature and unpredictability, KPMG […]

Top 3 Ways to Attract Institutional Investors to Crypto Assets

  By David Drake   KPMG, a Big Four Audit Corporation, issued a report on last month agreeing, to a large extent, with the sentiments of other bullish investors that are already circling. According to the company, ignoring cryptocurrencies now is somewhat an impossibility. While institutional investors have remained on the fence regarding this nascent asset class, KPMG, in its […]

What Really Needs to Happen to Attract Institutional Participation In Crypto-Assets?

  By David Drake   Crypto-assets are worth paying attention to, according a report recently released by KPMG. The audit firm points out that crypto-assets have the potential to solve some of the challenges that current economies face but must first attract institutional participation. The report argues that institutions, such as exchanges, fintech companies, banks, payment providers, broker dealers, and […]