Not everyone sees doom in the recent fall of cryptocurrency prices. On Friday, the chief investment manager of one of the United Kingdom's largest charity funds spoke at the Bloomberg Crypto Summit in London. James Bevan, who works for CCLA, said that the recent dramatic drop in digital currency prices was nothing but a "bump in the road" as opposed to an "existential crisis." Bevan went on to say that the current struggles of cryptocurrencies are not much different than the struggles of traditional forms of currency. He said that institutional investors have long faced "bumps in the road" in relation to these types of investments as well. At the end of the first quarter of this year, CCLA had £7,842 million (a little under $10 billion) in assets under management. Bloomberg has been covering the Crypto Summit (which they themselves sponsored), and they believe that in the future digital currencies will see further government regulation, increased institutional investor involvement and decreased volatility. They also think that digital assets will eventually see greater integration with traditional assets. Major institution investors are already becoming involved with cryptocurrencies. Nasdaq, which is the second largest stock exchange in the world, has announced that they will begin trading Bitcoin futures sometime in the first half of 2019. As to regulation, Marieke Flament — who is the global chief marketing officer at a cryptocurrency finance company called Circle Internet Financial Ltd — told Bloomberg that digital currency regulation will be positive for the industry. He thinks that it will help the industry learn from its own mistakes. Flament is not the first Circle executive that has spoken about cryptocurrency regulation in a positive way. A few months ago, Jeremy Allaire — who is the CEO of the company — actually called on countries to collaborate on the implementation of international cryptocurrency regulation. Allaire further said that the G20 group of nations needed to "normalize" the cryptocurrency industry. The G20 seems to have been listening. At a meeting of the group this past week, government leaders announced that they were beginning to develop an international digital currency taxation system.