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The condition of the cryptocurrency market in Poland on the background of global development. Small and medium companies

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The development of the cryptocurrency market and the implications for the whole economy and finance all traders causes a keen interest in this subject. The article discusses the functioning of a financial system based on cryptocurrencies and its significance for economies. It was presented the development of the global cryptocurrency market and analyzed the most popular cryptocurrency, bitcoin. The analysis and assessment of the state and structure of the Polish cryptocurrencies market were presented on the background of the global cryptocurrency market. Also we presented the possible development paths for the cryptocurrencies market in the world.
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  • Faculty of Economics and Management, Szczecin University, Szczecin, Poland
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