Ben Caselin, head of research and strategy at Singapore-based crypto-exchange AAX, says that monetary policy decisions amid the Covid-19 pandemic are set to drive a wave of inflation that could lead investors to look towards cryptocurrencies as a store of value. Ben Caselin, head of research and strategy at Singapore-based crypto-exchange AAX, says that monetary policy decisions amid the Covid-19 pandemic are set to drive a wave of inflation that could lead investors to look towards cryptocurrencies as a store of value.
Ben Caselin, head of research and strategy at Singapore-based crypto-exchange AAX, says that monetary policy decisions amid the Covid-19 pandemic are set to drive a wave of inflation that could lead investors to look towards cryptocurrencies as a store of value.

The road ahead for cryptocurrencies: an industry strategist explains why inflation could drive the next market rally

  • AAX’s Ben Caselin delves into the reasons why investors are looking to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as investible assets
  • He sees continued growth and dominance for bitcoin, but also recognises that innovations are drawing attention to alternative cryptocurrencies

Ben Caselin, head of research and strategy at Singapore-based crypto-exchange AAX, says that monetary policy decisions amid the Covid-19 pandemic are set to drive a wave of inflation that could lead investors to look towards cryptocurrencies as a store of value. Ben Caselin, head of research and strategy at Singapore-based crypto-exchange AAX, says that monetary policy decisions amid the Covid-19 pandemic are set to drive a wave of inflation that could lead investors to look towards cryptocurrencies as a store of value.
Ben Caselin, head of research and strategy at Singapore-based crypto-exchange AAX, says that monetary policy decisions amid the Covid-19 pandemic are set to drive a wave of inflation that could lead investors to look towards cryptocurrencies as a store of value.
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