WATCH: Top cryptocurrency trends in 2021, according to the Cointelegraph crew

See what the Cointelegraph crew thinks are the most important trends of 2021 in our latest video.

Bitcoin bubbles, Big Brother, decentralized finance, nonfungible tokens and Ethereum: These are some of the key 2021 trends that the Cointelegraph crew pointed out back at the beginning of January. To assemble these opinions, each of our contributors was asked three questions:

* What current crypto trends will continue in 2021?
* What trends do you not expect to continue?
* What trends will we see in 2021 that we didn’t see in 2020?

How would you answer these questions? Take a moment to think, then watch the video and see how your answers compare to ours.

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