The cryptocurrency market, after reaching all-time highs last year, came crashing down throughout most of 2018. The downward spiral resulted in some cryptocurrencies losing anywhere between 90-100% of the gains made during the previous year. The scene has since then changed, and the market has stabilized to a great extent.
As we inch closer towards the end of the year, the community is waiting for the much-anticipated bullish market run that has occurred in the previous years. Historic trends show many of the virtual currencies performing well towards the last quarter of the year. The cryptocurrency industry as a whole has undergone transformation and the growth of assets is no longer dependent on promising ICOs and their whitepapers, but real-world applications of the blockchain platforms and their respective cryptos.