We all know that cryptocurrency theft can be devastating.
But what if it happens to a small percentage of people?
According to a recent research paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, cryptocurrency theft could be as much as 50 percent of the wealth of the world’s population.
In the US alone, there are currently more than 12.6 billion people who hold some form of cryptocurrency, and if all of them were to lose their cryptocurrencies, it would represent an additional $1.5 trillion in lost wealth.
The researchers estimated that in the future, cryptocurrency thefts could affect nearly half of the US population.
The most recent figures show that roughly 20 percent of all cryptocurrencies in circulation are currently under the control of criminal gangs.
This is a major concern for businesses, which could be left without funds in the event of a cryptocurrency theft.
A cryptocurrency theft is usually an expensive crime, as cryptocurrency thefts are often targeted at the largest financial institutions.
However, a recent study by CoinDesk found that many cryptocurrencies are still on the market, and many are being traded for much less than the market value of the coins.
One of the most commonly reported cases of cryptocurrency theft involved an online scam that used a fake ID to create a bitcoin account.
It was not until the scammer received a suspicious number of bitcoin, which he used to buy a home, that the scam began to unravel.
If a cryptocurrency is stolen, it is often sold at a profit.
However as the digital currency becomes more valuable, the value of cryptocurrencies can decline.
It’s a similar situation to that faced by many companies, where the value decreases as more people are willing to sell their coins.
The main goal of this research paper is to understand the potential economic impacts of cryptocurrency thefts, and the measures businesses can take to protect their digital assets.
The paper includes a number of recommendations, such as creating a security plan and implementing security procedures to prevent cryptocurrency theft in the first place.