Crypto To Invade Commercial Use Cases, Important Analyst Says

Crypto sector is not going anywhere, that’s for sure. Despite the high volatility in the crypto market, the mass adoption of digital assets could not be going better.

This has been one of the main goals that the crypto industry set and things are going great in this particular direction.

Now, it’s been just revealed that crypto trader and influencer Elliot Wainman said that this emerging crypto sector isn’t going away.

NFTs still trigger enthusiasm

He says that the bullish news for unique digital assets or non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has not stopped coming.

Wainman has recently said that CNN just announced they’re entering the non-fungible token market, selling significant moments in history as NFTs.

“As the market has slowed down, the reality is that NFT news continues to come in at a feverish pace with CNN now selling historic news moments as NFTs…types of huge earth-shifting moments in human history and well, those news moments are going to be immortalized.”

He also had an important message for crypto traders:

“You need to watch the NFT space because I’ve said this time and time again that NFTs are the most commercial and widely adoptable version of cryptocurrency, and they most likely will start to invade and infect all sorts of commercial use cases. So be on the lookout,” he said.

He continued and explained that “This NFT thing is not going away, and I do believe that based on all of the news that I’m seeing, it is one of the most interesting things about cryptocurrency in June of 2021 and in fact, the news coming in from the NFT sector is, I dare say, more interesting and coming in at a higher pace than any other sector of crypto right now.”

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