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Cryptocurrencies are the hottest topic in the financial markets going into 2018. Their rise has been astronomical, but are they here to stay? What will the crypto market shape into during this year? How does cryptocurrency trading compare to FX or other traditional asset classes? Which cryptocurrencies should be the best to trade in 2018?

We've put together a stellar set of panellists to discuss this and more topics about the Crypto sphere:

  • Joel Kruger - Analyst & Currency Strategist at JKonFX
  • Nicola Duke - Trader, Technical Analyst & Educator at ForexAnalytix
  • The Crypto Lark - Cryptocurrency Youtuber
  • Martin Armstrong - Founder & Chairman at ArmstrongEconomics

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