Shervin Pishevar Sees More Pain Before A Slow Bounce Back For The Cryptocurrency Markets

The development of the cryptocurrency markets over the last few years has been a source of major concern for many who are struggling to understand the future of Bitcoin and alt-coins. Shervin Pishevar is one of the leaders of technological development in the financial markets around the world, including the development of cryptocurrencies. Pishevar is one of the world’s leading technology investors and used a recent Tweetstorm to explain the reasons why he believes the cryptocurrency markets will fall once more before a slow rise will make a more secure set of markets.

Economic development will begin to stall as the harsh realities of the new economic future we are all experiencing will begin to be seen in full effect. Cryptocurrency markets will fail to recover as effectively as they have in the past with the volatility of the cryptocurrency markets being a major problem for the consistent development of Bitcoin. Instead of rebounding and failing again soon after, the cryptocurrency markets will see a slower, steadier rise resulting in a more impressive way of building the markets towards the future.

The crash which is predicted to arrive in the coming months by Shervin Pishevar will be combated by a turn to the gold markets by the majority of investors who will look to a more traditional source of income than cryptocurrencies. As the development of the cryptocurrency markets returns in a more stable way over the next two years, the markets will stabilize at between $2,000 and $5,000 which will provide a more consistent period of growth for all cryptocurrencies.

One of the major concerns for experts on the financial markets is the lack of division of power between the top five technology companies in the U.S. Shervin Pishevar tweeted about the problems he sees in the technology markets which are dominated by a monopoly of five major corporations made up of Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft. In the 21st-century, Shervin Pishevar believes there should be a greater division of power between the major technology companies he believes are causing development and growth to stagnate across the nation.