Cryptocurrency is digital money. It has no physical banknotes or coins; it is only virtual. Cryptocurrency was created as a way for people to control their money themselves, without having to rely on companies, banks, or governments. Transaction (network) fees goes back to the community, not banks and corporations. Strong cryptography secures peer-to-peer transactions over a blockchain. In 2017, cryptocurrencies gained popularity, and in 2021 the values of many digital assets had a tremendous rise. Let’s find out what is next in store for this technological breakthrough!