Decentralized and traditional finance tried to destroy each other but failed

Decentralized and traditional finance tried to destroy each other but failed

Crypto to prevail over the traditional financial system, instead, competing industries started to adopt each other's technologies and cooperate. The year 2022 is here, and banks and the traditional banking system remain alive despite decades of threatening predictions made by crypto enthusiasts. The only endgame that happened— a new Ethereum 2.0 roadmap that Vitalik Buterin posted at the end of last year. Even though with this roadmap the crypto industry would change for the better, 2021 showed us that crypto didn't destroy or damage the central banks just like traditional banking didn't....


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