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More than half of experts in a recent crypto survey said bitcoin will replace fiat currency by 2050

A local business in El Salvador that accepts bitcoin payments. Alex Pena/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images 54% of fintech experts surveyed expect bitcoin to overtake currencies issued by central banks in global finance by 2050. The move could also take place by 2035, according to 29% of respondents. The majority of the panel see bitcoin as currently undervalued, and the price rising this year to $66,284. See more stories on Insider's business page. Bitcoin, the world's most traded cryptocurrency, will surpass money issued by central banks as the dominant form of finance worldwide in less than 30 years, according to a panel of fintech specialists. 54% of 42 crypto experts surveyed foresee so-called hyperbitcoinization-or the moment that bitcoin overtakes global finance - occurrin...
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Emerging markets could be the next big frontier for crypto. A slew of politicians want to follow El Salvador and adopt bitcoin as legal tender.

Emerging markets are pioneering digital and crypto currency usage, trading and mining. Since El Salvador voted to adopt bitcoin as legal tender, a slew of politicians have said they want to follow suit. Many showed their support through tweets or by adding the symbolic laser eyes to their Twitter pictures. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Cryptocurrencies can often stir up concern among conservative investors and few are as conservative as central banks, and regulators are definitely skeptical. But this does not appear to be the case in emerging markets.Politicians, central bankers and reg...