If there's one thing I've learned about cryptocurrencies in the last year, it's that they move through boom and bust cycles at hyperspeed. What takes the stock market years takes cryptos a few months.
For example, XRP prices went on an epic run in December 2017, then crashed dramatically the next month. Now it looks like they're back on the rise, courtesy of new partnership announcements.
Boom, bust, and boom again.
But how do these changes happen? What causes investor sentiment to shift from optimism to pessimism, or vice.
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