Kavan Choksi Japan on Whether Cryptocurrencies Will Overtake eWallets?

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Cryptocurrencies have been popular in the past few years. These digital currencies have witnessed substantial growth fast. This has largely motivated several people to get into mining for cryptocurrency coins. Thanks to this fast growth, several people have already started to put real money into cryptocurrencies. Though it is prudent to invest in digital currency, it is important to know when to buy coins and sell them, as the market is highly volatile- this is the biggest challenge that people face.

Kavan Choksi Japan – The evolution of cryptocurrency

Kavan Choksi Japan is an eminent entrepreneur with expertise in Japan’s business, finance, and cryptocurrencies. He said it did not take long for cryptocurrencies to infiltrate all walks of life like online shopping and retail. It also entered arenas like gaming and online casinos. As digital currencies enter the above arenas, they are also competing against another widely-sought after gateway for payments- eWallets.

Now, the next question arises, will cryptocurrencies take over eWallets across the globe?

In his opinion, people need to realize the fact that cryptocurrency is actually digital in nature and has no material like gold or silver to back up its value. In the older conventional currency systems, you will find that silver, gold, or any other material determines the paper or the coin currency, and this is what has evolved as the present system used today- fiat currency.

Storage of currency

The storage of conventional currency is very simple as it goes inside a bank account, which becomes the prime storage point for the money. The bank can be accessed through the Internet, or you can visit the bank and request the teller to provide you with a statement to know how much money lies in your bank account. You can also receive and send money via the Internet or any other transaction mode, like going to the bank physically for depositing or withdrawing “hard” currency.

eWallets are not bank accounts

Note that eWallets are not bank accounts; however, they are linked to your account and send and receive money. You can use your eWallet to make transactions. Many people like eWallets as they do not have to share their sensitive personal information for making transactions over the Internet. Moreover, eWallets are simple for you to use, and multiple merchants accept them for their security and safety.

However, cryptocurrencies are not that simple. There are exchanges for cryptocurrencies that operate like banks to keep them safe. According to business expert Kavan Choksi Japan, the storage of cryptocurrency coins is the problem in the above case.

However, there is a problem, as you give them the control of the currency to trade as and when they deem fit. Wallets for crypto coins are different than eWallets. You need a private and public key for them. The public key identifies the wallet, while the private key encrypts and decrypts the personal information needed for transactions. In case you lose this private key, or if it is stolen, you will lose your cryptocurrency forever!

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