With the aggregate cryptocurrency market cap soaring above $150 billion, an above-800% increase in the first eight months of this year, parties that previously dismissed digital currencies as a niche market are starting to make their mark. Governments and financial institutions, which were previously observers, are now taking a more active role in the development of token sales and the trading of digital currencies. Some analysts and speculators are interpreting these developments as the glimmers of the cryptocurrency bubble preparing to burst. However, some interesting developments are indicative that the landscape might in fact be evolving into a more stabilized…

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