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Australian Crypto Exchange CEOs Predict Increase in Market Activity

The CEOs and executives of Australia’s leading cryptocurrency exchanges have made significant statements about entering the first stage of a major rally in the market and expecting an acceleration in the number of cryptocurrency buyers in the coming year. Let’s see what they have said about the current market conditions and expectations regarding Bitcoin (BTC) and altcoins.

Adrian Przelozny, CEO of Independent Reserve, stated that he expects a significant increase in market activity in early 2024 and mentioned that they have hired personnel to build infrastructure before this happens. Przelozny emphasized that they have done everything possible to prepare for a bear market and that the market develops very quickly when it arrives, so processes, employees, and infrastructure need to be in place to manage the increased workload overnight.

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Caroline Bowler, CEO of BTC Markets, said that she expects market conditions to continue to improve throughout the year and that a general recovery that started in January will continue. Bowler stated that the trajectory of market gains is not exactly linear but they feel confident about growth in both asset prices and technological applications across the sector.

Tommy Honan, Product Strategy Manager at Swyftx, mentioned that they have seen an increase in acquisition activities on cryptocurrency exchanges and have moved quickly to support the automatic payment feature. Honan also drew attention to the problems faced by the cryptocurrency market due to the restrictions or complete bans imposed by some major banks in Australia on deposits to certain cryptocurrency exchanges.

Jonathan Miller, General Manager of Kraken’s Australian branch, emphasized that it can be difficult to determine the stage of the market and caution is needed. Miller pointed out the common misconception that the crypto market is either in a bear or bull market, stating that they are actually in a gray area.

Ben Rose, General Manager of Binance’s Australian branch, refrained from making a statement about whether the bear market is coming, but mentioned the increase in new registrations and trading activity on Binance Australia in recent months. Rose said that Binance Australia focuses on educating users and ensuring they avoid FOMO purchases before a potential rally.

Disclaimer: The information contained in this article does not constitute investment advice. Investors should be aware that cryptocurrencies carry high volatility and therefore risk, and should conduct their own research.
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