The answer is: “nobody knows for sure”. Scott Galloway, a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), believes crypto will have a worse year in 2019. Jim Breyer, a billionaire venture capitalist, said that the world’s best computer scientists are moving to the blockchain industry and it would be risky to challenge smart talent flocking to crypto. Pantera Capital’s CIO Joey Krug believes, while Bitcoin may become digital gold, it cannot succeed as money given its volatility. Moreover, a dynamic monetary policy doesn’t exist within bitcoin which severely affects its volatility. Bitcoin developer Jimmy Song says the original cryptocurrency can be a powerful tool to usher in a “peaceful revolution.” What can be said for sure is that crypto will remain one of the hottest topic for discussion and analyses from expert all over the world in 2019.