Wall Street analyst Bernstein explored the question of whether bitcoin is money in a new note to clients this week.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has announced that purchases of bitcoin, ethereum and litecoin will now be instant – for some customers.
The price of bitcoin is back above $5,000 – but while this is a slight month-over-month gain, the delta in that time may be one worth analyzing.
Jamie Dimon, head of Wall Street banking giant JPMorgan Chase, has said he won’t be talking about bitcoin following his controversial “fraud” comment.
Bitcoin’s appeal as an investment could diminish its effectiveness as a currency, and alternative models should be tested, writes Michael Casey.
Bitcoin is has reached a new all-time high today, with prices hitting a record $5,161.
September was a tough month for litecoin’s price, but recent developments suggest that a floor may be forming in the market.
Bitcoin bears may have had the upper hand in their fight with the bulls on Tuesday, but the cryptocurrency is still on the hunt for $5,000 levels.
Financial forecaster Gary Shilling has said in an interview that he does not understand bitcoin and has no plans to invest in it.
The ether-US dollar exchange may be primed for a move a week before ethereum’s upcoming Byzantium hard fork.
An official from Russia’s central bank has said his institution will back efforts to block access to websites selling cryptocurrencies in the country.
The price of bitcoin surged yesterday – but is it ready to take these gains higher? Chart analysis suggests $5,000 could be within reach.
Danny Masters traded commodities at some of the top financial institutions, but now he’s going toe-to-toe with them, betting big on bitcoin.
A former IMF economist has joined the chorus of critical voices on bitcoin of late, going so far as to predict that its price will collapse.
Ripple’s native cryptocurrency XRP surprised observers with a jump to a near seven-week high of $0.28 yesterday.