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Are cryptocurrencies becoming more interconnected?

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  • Nektarios Aslanidis
  • Aurelio F. Bariviera
  • Alejandro Perez-Laborda

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This paper studies the dynamic market linkages among cryptocurrencies during August 2015 - July 2020 and finds a substantial increase in market linkages for both returns and volatilities. We use different methodologies to check the different aspects of market linkages. Financial and regulatory implications are discussed.

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  • Nektarios Aslanidis & Aurelio F. Bariviera & Alejandro Perez-Laborda, 2020. "Are cryptocurrencies becoming more interconnected?," Papers 2009.14561, arXiv.org.
  • Handle: RePEc:arx:papers:2009.14561
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