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By now, even casual crypto investors have acquired a general understanding of bitcoin and acronyms like ICO (that’s initial coin offering for the still-stumped). But just as important to understanding ...
The price of the No. 1 digital currency, bitcoin, has been on a punishing tailspin of late, falling 40% in 2018 and more than 70% since its peak in December of 2017. And perhaps adding insult to cyber ...
Bitcoin prices slip Friday but are holding above $8,100 in a week that has seen the No. 1 cryptocurreny tumble nearly 10%.
The European Banking Authority will look into whether the current framework of rules for cryptocurrencies is “appropriate,” after concerns are raised about money laundering and terrorist financing.
As bitcoin continues to stumble, on track to record its eighth losing day over the past ten, financial services firm Allianz stokes the fire, saying the No. 1 digital currency ticks all boxes of a typical ...
Speaking at the Financial Services Committee hearing on initial coin offerings and cryptocurrencies, Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) took a shot at the digital currency community, described all cryptocurrencies ...
The price for a single bitcoin tries to claw back above $9,000 Tuesday, as the digital asset looks on pace to halt a five-session string of settlements in negative territory on futures markets.
As regulation of the cryptocurrency industry intensifies, a prominent bullish duo proposes one way to disabuse critics of the notion that the nascent sector represents a Wild West of investing.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde warned about the risks from bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In a blog post published on Tuesday, she said while blockchain could revolutionize ...
“Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver says ordinary people are still getting way too worked up about bitcoin and blockchain. It’s a gamble, nothing more, he says.
Ordinary investors who trade dollars for bitcoin are merely gambling that they can get out before the bottom falls out, writes Peter Morici.
This sounds like a pretty big hint Starbucks might test out or even accept a virtual currency in the future.
A prominent figure in cryptocurrencies — BTCC CEO Bobby Lee — has a prediction for how governments worldwide will crack down on bitcoin: They’ll follow the existing pattern.
The viscous selloff in bitcoin has even the biggest bulls scratching their heads. With a fall of more than 20%, and a raft of negative press, investors are searching for a signal to buy this dip.
At this stop on his European speaking tour, Trump’s former top adviser explained why digital currencies like bitcoin could be an asset to the Continent’s antiestablishment movement.
Anti-virus tycoon-turned-cryptocurrency bull John McAfee lashed out at the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday night, claiming that the agency is running scared.
21 percent of respondents in an annual survey of wealth advisers and private bankers said their clients increased their investments in cryptocurrencies in 2017