It has been over 10 years since the first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, first begun circulating on the market.

Yet, to this day, it still doesn’t enjoy the trust that other assets – such as gold and equities – enjoy.

Over the past 12 months, however, Bitcoin has gained attention from investors due to its eye-popping rally from US$4,000 ($5,312.01) in March 2020 to US$40,000 on Jan 7 before falling back to US$30,000 a few weeks later.

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