Is Bitcoin Developing into a More Secure Currency?

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When bitcoin was first established it was a symbol of anti-culture; a currency for rebels surrounded by a lot of secrecy and a lack of regulation. A decade later in London, there are growing signs it’s entering the establishment its creators wanted to undermine.

Bitcoin, who holds the lion’s share of the cryptocurrency market has had a recent upsurge in value, this has attracted large scale investors, from trading firms to hedge funds, and have increasingly turned to exchanges regulated in traditional financial centres. Investors around the world are purchasing bitcoin contracts in order to receive the currencies benefits while also avoiding hacks and e-thefts that are so prevalent in the industry.