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Transaction Demand Versus Speculative Demand of Crypto Currencies

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Dina Bakr

Rubric:Finance, monetary circulation and credit
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Crypto currencies have gained significant attention and adoption in recent years, but the motivation behind this adoption is a matter of debate. Some argue that the adoption of crypto currencies is driven by a transaction towards a decentralized financial system, while others argue that it is driven by speculative demand. The purpose of this research paper is to explore the transaction versus speculative demand of crypto currencies by analyzing the history of Bitcoin, the role of supply and demand in crypto currency markets, and the benefits and drawbacks of crypto currencies.

Keywords

Transaction Demand
Speculative Demand
Bit coin
Crypto Currencies.

Authors

Dina Bakr

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