Blockchain News has published an article looking at the future of the Bitcoin and Ethereum markets, and it’s an interesting read for those interested in the future.

The article by focuses on the future for Bitcoin, Ethereum and the Ethereum Classic (ETC) coins.

Bitcoin is the first and only cryptocurrency that has proven itself to be the most secure and reliable.

It is also the most popular, and most trusted.

Ethereum, on the other hand, has shown it is the most vulnerable of all the crypto coins.

The fact that Ethereum is the only one that is vulnerable is due to the fact that it is a fork of Ethereum, the original Ethereum blockchain.

Ethereum Classic is the successor to Ethereum.

In this scenario, Ethereum Classic will have to wait until 2021 to launch its own version of the blockchain.

This means that Ethereum Classic is now only able to operate as an experiment in a very limited area of the world.

When it comes to Bitcoin, the crypto-currency is the oldest of the cryptocurrencies, and has been around for more than 10 years.

The cryptocurrency has seen its price rise from $0.01 to $13,000.

It has also seen several forks in the past, such as Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold and Bitcoin Classic.

It also saw a massive rise in value during the recent Bitcoin price crash.

While Ethereum has always been a popular cryptocurrency for investors, its value has been on the decline over the past few years.

Bitcoin’s price has risen from around $500 to around $1,000 in the last year.

This price spike has seen Ethereum Classic rise from around 7% of Bitcoin’s market cap to over 50% of the crypto currency’s market.

Ethereum is also experiencing a rise in adoption.

According to, there were about 3,300,000 Ethereum Classic wallets at the end of October.

It seems that Ethereum has gained some traction among investors, but not too much.

Despite its high valuation, Ethereum still has a long way to go before it can overtake Bitcoin.

That’s because Ethereum is a decentralized platform, and there are still a number of issues with it.

This includes a lack of a centralized authority and a lack or inability to regulate transactions.

In addition to these issues, Ethereum is now being challenged by other cryptocurrencies, such Bitcoin Cash and Ripple.

While the Ethereum blockchain is considered the best one in the world, Ripple has a better reputation.

The latter cryptocurrency has gained in popularity recently due to its more efficient network.

It’s still unclear which blockchain will be able to take Bitcoin’s place, but it’s clear that it will be a long wait.