There is plenty of evidence to back up the case for an imminent crypto rebound. One piece of evidence is that cryptocurrency has game-changing technology. After some inevitable corrections over the past few years, the bounce-backs have shown that crypto is built for the new global economy. And keep in mind, Amazon fell 95 percent in 2002. Predictions for 2019: \tHistory repeats: Cryptocurrencies have a history of crashes and recoveries just like other asset classes, but on an accelerated timeline. You\u2019re getting all of the ups and downs that you\u2019d expect to see in any investment class \u2013 stocks, real estate, commodities, etc. except it\u2019s moving at a faster pace. \tIt\u2019s a marathon, not a sprint:\u00a0Patience for the long haul is vital to staying invested in stocks that seem exciting at their inception. BTC is a prime example of that. Without exception, Bitcoin (BTC) recovered all losses from past corrections and then reached new all-time highs, handsomely rewarding patient and level-headed investors. For example, even if the recent decline were to exceed 80 percent, Bitcoin historians can cite multiple times where the price has staged a full recovery from a drop of that magnitude. \tCrypto and techno are a perfect marriage:\u00a0BTC and the others have groundbreaking technology attached to them. Immutable digital ledger technology is now part of the fabric of the global economy and is here to stay. \tReal grassroots enthusiasm:\u00a0Along with the investments are waves of entrepreneurs flocking to crypto conferences, reflecting the building momentum of an industry fighting for relevance in a changing economy. Those are the underpinnings of success, it\u2019s still an exotic currency for early adaptors, moving forward and right on the cusp of reaching the masses. An exciting time. \tInstitutional investors:\u00a0With major banks such as Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs planning to serve the crypto market, Ameduri says waves of capital could be released as institutions feel comfortable entering the market. This will help build the infrastructure necessary for far more investing.