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April 23, 2018, 07:52:00 PM
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The fact that nobody can point to anything meaningful to me suggests this just isn't the case. It's actually far more likely that institutional investors aren't much interested in the underlying crypto assets anyway though...That's where I see institutional money, not in the crypto assets themselves (for the most part).

I agree with your first point that there are no significant signs of institutional money in crypto markets, yet. But I'm not sure you can extrapolate out the level of interest from these investors. The lack of infrastructure hasn't allowed us the opportunity to see how institutional investors react when given the chance to enter the markets. With upcoming custody solutions and some time, we'll find out.
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April 23, 2018, 08:06:44 PM
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Will to me the institutionalization of the bitcoin and the crypto currency community as a whole is against the motive behind the the creation of the digital currency because it intention is that crypto currency will remain decentralized and at that it will not be control by any person or government so that will redefine the primary purpose of creating the crypto currency and most especially bitcoin.
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April 24, 2018, 07:10:26 PM
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Will to me the institutionalization of the bitcoin and the crypto currency community as a whole is against the motive behind the the creation of the digital currency because it intention is that crypto currency will remain decentralized and at that it will not be control by any person or government

Institutional money moving into crypto is not at odds with the idea of cryptocurrencies. If bitcoin matures to a point where it can compete with or replace fiat currencies, then institutions will choose to participate in this new financial system.
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April 24, 2018, 07:30:27 PM
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The mega-rally towards the end of last year was, in part, due to things like CME & CBOE futures and LedgerX options launching. There was a sense that institutional money was about to get in the game and people wanted to front run that money. However, volume stayed relatively flat after those launches and new money didn’t flow in as much as some people expected.

Now, Coinbase is in the process of launching a custody solution and some other groups will be launching custody offerings later this year as well. This narrative that custody is right around the corner could reignite the news cycle around institutional money entering the space. Will institutionalization actually happen now? If people try to front run that money again, will we see a bull run this coming summer as these custody products get set to roll out?

I think it will affect the market as to coin's demand.Big investors with big investments might gain more. If that is happening today, well, in my opinion,  there will be a coming bull run.

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April 25, 2018, 01:56:42 PM
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I think it will affect the market as to coin's demand.Big investors with big investments might gain more. If that is happening today, well, in my opinion,  there will be a coming bull run.

Exactly. There's demand that's sitting on the sidelines right now. The timing of that demand entering the markets should partly coincide with the shift from the bear market we're in to the next bull run. It's only been a few months of this current bear market, though.
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July 23, 2018, 09:01:29 PM
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I do not know if it can be trusted?
It should be established that the availability of safe, non-border cash can be put to good use and it can open up different markets.
This will only be set when we start seeing more products and less scams. Then the market can be strong and have potential.

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