The future of some electronic currencies depends heavily on whether or not to regulate.
A clear example is StrictPay who for days is now offline, StrictPay was similar to electronic currency Liberty Reserve who had good acceptance in the market of electronic currencies.
From one day to another had problems with an investigation of fraud and alleged complicity Scam HYIPs as we had previously published.
The real problem is that StrictPay was not regulated, managed to earn the trust of their users to then justify their irresponsibility on the pretext that they had blocked their bank account by research (something I never saw real evidence) so that Most likely, it has been a fraud more.
StrictPay not the only electronic currency operating without any regulation, if there are more and more e-currencies continue to disappear this may cause a crisis in all electronic money.
I always thought that electronic currency using certain is a necessary evil because it is very practical use, but some are not regulated and do not give us the assurance that the money in our accounts we see is real money or virtual money .
Whether Paypal and AlertPay processors seem reliable, as they have agreement with Visa and MasterCard and Visa and MasterCard believe that risk is negotiating with companies of dubious reputation.
Liberty reserve one of the processors used so far have not found any regulation or evidence that the money we see in our virtual account is real money.
Hope the electronic currency on the Internet begin to realize this and be more transparent about their users to prevent from happening what happened to StrictPay.