Bitcoin Booms in Evolving Markets as First World Countries Start Regulating Cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin is trading at an all-time high, and with another contentious hard fork coming, the reasons why have experts wondering.
Just a day after JPMorgan Chase chief Jamie Dimon said he wouldn’t talk about bitcoin, he issued new remarks about the cryptocurrency.
A high-profile group of investors are backing an unknown startup’s token sale, in an effort to evolve the “stablecoin” concept.
Ether prices are up 11 percent so far today, indicating increasing market confidence that ethereum may sail through its next big upgrade.
Bitcoin hit a new record high of $5,856 this morning, but the question everyone will be asking is, can the rally continue?
The value of a bitcoin reached a new all-time high of $5,856 this morning amid a market that is fast recovering from regulatory news in China.
Nasdaq’s CEO says the exchange operator has no intention to work with initial coin offerings (ICOs).
Wall Street analyst Bernstein explored the question of whether bitcoin is money in a new note to clients this week.
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 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.
Bitfinex’s hybrid spin-off Ethfinex aims to parallel Cofound.it by offering cross-market token services.
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.