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April 15, 2018, 08:03:05 PM
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Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh
Getting the support from the government will give the crypto market better trust from others and it means more money will come in to cryptocurrency specially to bitcoin.

It would actually eliminate scams.
This will give the investors assurance that the government is looking and watching for those scams so its a must and its needed.

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April 15, 2018, 08:27:41 PM
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I don't agree with it. Now there are many trust funds that invest in various projects. How much did you earn from investing in these funds? It will be the same with government regulation. The most promising projects will be recognized as unreliable and will be redeemed by the rich. These projects will generate revenue for them. The most promising projects can be banned by the government for political reasons.
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April 15, 2018, 10:19:11 PM
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worldwide regulatory bodies are looking to set legal guide rules to regulate crypto markets which will limit ICO.

Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh
Don't let anyone deceive  you, it will definitely increase the trading volume and increase the prices of cryptocurrency in the market. Some of us here are misunderstanding the whole concept of regulations. It's not a bad thing as most of us might have thought.  Regulations will be good  thing that will happen  to cryptocurrency because it will help in reducing fraudulent activities in cryptocurrency. 
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April 15, 2018, 10:34:18 PM
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Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh
Getting the support from the government will give the crypto market better trust from others and it means more money will come in to cryptocurrency specially to bitcoin.

It would actually eliminate scams.
This will give the investors assurance that the government is looking and watching for those scams so its a must and its needed.
Once regulated then expect for these sudden change would really have significant effect.I do see also that the price will really increase yet the trust have been already built up considering that there are still lots of big institutions,corporations which is still on doubt due to cryptocurrency decentralization.There might be some people dont like it but i do see most people will prefer such thing.

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April 15, 2018, 10:48:30 PM
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Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh
Getting the support from the government will give the crypto market better trust from others and it means more money will come in to cryptocurrency specially to bitcoin.

It would actually eliminate scams.
This will give the investors assurance that the government is looking and watching for those scams so its a must and its needed.
Once regulated then expect for these sudden change would really have significant effect.I do see also that the price will really increase yet the trust have been already built up considering that there are still lots of big institutions,corporations which is still on doubt due to cryptocurrency decentralization.There might be some people dont like it but i do see most people will prefer such thing.
Since there are plenty of news surrounds that telling scams that affects the people trust in trying it. Though it was really a risky investment, but it's worth it especially if we know how to manage it and how to earn from it.

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April 16, 2018, 04:20:30 AM
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worldwide regulatory bodies are looking to set legal guide rules to regulate crypto markets which will limit ICO.

Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh

Interesting question to ponder, for sure. I think however there is no real correct answer to this. It depends on what type of regulation that we're talking about, here. If it's a flat out ban of crypto, then for sure, the volumes are going to go down, no doubt.

If it's some kind of regulation on exchanges/ICO that requires licensing and registration, then I actually see potentially increased volumes due to institutional investors being more confident in investing.

But just because volumes are increased, doesn't mean that the regulations have done any good to the average bitcoin user. Volume also isn't a very good measurement of how regulations affect the usability of BTC, either.

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April 16, 2018, 04:48:20 AM
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Even if the ICO will decrease,but it will be a good legit ICO.People don't fear about ICO scam anymore,the trading of altcoin will surely increase.Maybe it will take a little time to adjust,but that's fine,what we need is a secure investment that free from risk of getting scammed.
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April 16, 2018, 04:57:18 AM
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worldwide regulatory bodies are looking to set legal guide rules to regulate crypto markets which will limit ICO.

Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh
Governments regulating cryptocurrencies is good for the market and we are all to suport this. We are having serious scamming issues this days because of this and we should see this that we may not have that trust to have a decentralized system. If bitcoin is going to be adopted all over the world then it must be regulated and those that want to used it for evils should be pick up by laws efforcement agency.
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April 16, 2018, 04:57:52 AM
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maybe with regulation it will not reduce trading volume. regulation maybe only regulate the price alone to be more stable and not too volatile. but if continuous new regulations continue to be made to regulate the cryptomarket, there is likely to be a reduction. because maybe the investor or the developemnt think it can not to have a greater advantage.
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April 16, 2018, 05:05:42 AM
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Even if the ICO will decrease,but it will be a good legit ICO.People don't fear about ICO scam anymore,the trading of altcoin will surely increase.Maybe it will take a little time to adjust,but that's fine,what we need is a secure investment that free from risk of getting scammed.

Who told you that people don't fear about ICO scams anymore? If I am not wrong, the ICO scams have become more and more common now, and that is the reason why some of the countries have banned ICOs.

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April 16, 2018, 05:20:06 AM
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It will effect the trading volume negatively but it will also create a positive impact on cryptocurrencies market.
If they regulate cryptos fairly then we will not going to see a massive decrease in trading volume but if they tried to impose useless restrictions while regulating then there would be a remarkable decrease.
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Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh
Getting the support from the government will give the crypto market better trust from others and it means more money will come in to cryptocurrency specially to bitcoin.

It would actually eliminate scams.
This will give the investors assurance that the government is looking and watching for those scams so its a must and its needed.
Once regulated then expect for these sudden change would really have significant effect.I do see also that the price will really increase yet the trust have been already built up considering that there are still lots of big institutions,corporations which is still on doubt due to cryptocurrency decentralization.There might be some people dont like it but i do see most people will prefer such thing.
Expect those changes to come and it is all starting from countries to countries. Forget about those institutions and corporations who are still in doubt of it even after the regulation. They have the right to doubt it because they have a system where they grow up for a very long time so migrating to something new isn't going to be easy. Crypto market is starting to increase in volumes and thanks to regulations.

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April 16, 2018, 09:26:35 PM
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While decentralization remains one of the key features and attraction to cryptos, some level of regulation in crypto trading and in other aspects of the industry may actually help in no small way by
1. Breaking the barrier to entry for onlookers
2. Increase confidence of the larger public
3. Reduce manipulation in markets such as pump and dumps and bitcoin price manipulation
4. Adoption of cryptos as mainstream by most nations of the world becomes more likely etc
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April 17, 2018, 05:15:07 AM
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worldwide regulatory bodies are looking to set legal guide rules to regulate crypto markets which will limit ICO.

Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh
Obviously, this will limit the size of scam and unnecessary ICOs in the market and would give the space a better form than what we are having presently. However, this would usher in big time players in the market and push aside some newbies who are just looking for the quick profit from just any ICOs or pump and dump coins or tokens.

In short, this is going to end up being more like a matured market and that is how the market is going to be responding. Volume will get bigger however.
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April 17, 2018, 05:18:44 AM
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Some users making decentralized trades taking a shot at the blockchain with no concentrated expertise, and where exchanges have a trustless nature. It is another inquiry totally, however, regardless of whether decentralized trades could deal with expansive exchange volume and in circumstances where (near) quick exchange affirmation is required.
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April 17, 2018, 01:22:41 PM
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worldwide regulatory bodies are looking to set legal guide rules to regulate crypto markets which will limit ICO.

Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh

Interesting question to ponder, for sure. I think however there is no real correct answer to this. It depends on what type of regulation that we're talking about, here. If it's a flat out ban of crypto, then for sure, the volumes are going to go down, no doubt.

If it's some kind of regulation on exchanges/ICO that requires licensing and registration, then I actually see potentially increased volumes due to institutional investors being more confident in investing.

But just because volumes are increased, doesn't mean that the regulations have done any good to the average bitcoin user. Volume also isn't a very good measurement of how regulations affect the usability of BTC, either.
Trading is one of the best thing to do when it comes to that of making more money as you can manage to make some good earning and that too on daily or weekly basis. In trading, there are number of things which can affect you and that you need to take care of each and everything to make some good earning and to avoid suffering from any kind of loss. Regulating crypto currencies surely result in increase in the trading volumes.
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April 17, 2018, 02:15:58 PM
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worldwide regulatory bodies are looking to set legal guide rules to regulate crypto markets which will limit ICO.

Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh

From time begin, I have questioned the rate at which ICOs have been cropping  up every now and then without a regulatory body/system. I do believe that when and if the markets are well regulated, it will help build the trust in the Cryptocurrency markets and in turn bring in by convincing a lot of persons in investing more in Cryptocurrency. So, I agree to the regulation and of the opinion that it will help increase the size of the Cryptocurrency market.

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April 17, 2018, 02:45:50 PM
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worldwide regulatory bodies are looking to set legal guide rules to regulate crypto markets which will limit ICO.

Do you think that this will increase the size of crypto markets since it will increase trust, or would it decrease the size of crypto since the number of ICO will go down    Huh Huh
Obviously, this will limit the size of scam and unnecessary ICOs in the market and would give the space a better form than what we are having presently. However, this would usher in big time players in the market and push aside some newbies who are just looking for the quick profit from just any ICOs or pump and dump coins or tokens.

In short, this is going to end up being more like a matured market and that is how the market is going to be responding. Volume will get bigger however.

Yeah i definitely agree with how you coined it at "mature market". It may be a bit worrisome when you first hear about cryptos being regulated but we're all aware of how an unregulated market can drag the whole thing down in the future. Illegal activities will outweigh the benefits crypto provides. It's healthy to say the least

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April 17, 2018, 03:53:29 PM
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It can go either way, but I still have a strong feeling that regulating the market would only make users trust it more and hence more money will pour in the market.

On the contrary, this can be negative news for people who are making to make 2x-10x profits since such volatility would no longer exist if any government institute begins regulating this market. People would no longer get the amazing returns they had been getting till now.
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April 18, 2018, 12:06:08 PM
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I'm a bit more optimistic. With regards to ICOs, more regulations should be able to weed out those that were set up with the intent to scam people. This would increase overall investor confidence in the market, which might encourage them to put in more money. Since the legit projects get more share of attention - and funds, it also increase the likelihood that they'd succeed.

As you said this is the optimistic point of view and I most agree with it. But hoping the regulations won't kill all ICOs.
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