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The Bitcoin futures funding rate has declined across major cryptocurrency exchanges in the past 48 hours.
The last time the total market capitalization of cryptocurrencies surpassed $500 billion, in December 2017, the industry had no idea a world-shattering crash was waiting just around the corner.
The price of Bitcoin has been hugely outperforming gold throughout November.
The price of Bitcoin surpassed $19,000 on November 24, reaching $19,299 on Binance.
Bitcoin has undergone a strong rally since the lows of September and October.
Crypto research firm Coinfirm has found that US authorities have left “substantial funds” left on various cryptocurrency wallets seized from criminals over the years, as a result of multiple “forks” that issued newer cryptocurrencies that traded on public markets.
Crypto hedge fund Pantera Capital revealed global payments processor PayPal purchased over 70% of all Bitcoin mined in the past month, as per an investor letter published last week.
Bitcoin has undergone an extremely strong rally over the past few weeks that has brought the coin as high as $18,900.
Bitcoin is up big-time in the past six weeks: per CryptoSlate market data, the leading cryptocurrency has appreciated by 70 percent.
BlackRock’s CIO of fixed income Rick Rieder says Bitcoin is here to stay.
Masayoshi Son’s not having the greatest of years in recent times.
Texan regulators filed charges against 15 illicit investment platforms advertising false crypto, forex, and binary options investments, as per a Texas State Securities Board (TSSB) release shared with CryptoSlate.
Bitcoin has been on a tear over the past month, rallying from the low-$11,000s to highs around 36 hours ago at $18,500.
For some reason, Bitcoin forks have been rallying extremely hard over recent days.
The recent BTC run has borne good news for two important parts of the Bitcoin ecosystem — investors and miners.
Institutional Bitcoin products are booming as the pioneer cryptocurrency sees bullish price action.
The adoption of Bitcoin is taking place at an extremely rapid pace.
Bitcoin achieved its highest price since January 2018 across major exchanges, seeing a massive rally as over-the-counter (OTC) deals grow.
It appears that we’re in the part of the Bitcoin bull run where celebrities want in on our favorite orange coin.
Bitcoin is up 60 percent in the past month alone.
Eoghan McCabe, the co-founder of the software conglomerate Intercom, said he jumped onto the Bitcoin wagon.
The banks are borderline following the playbook created by Bitcoin and cryptocurrency believers in the past few years: Deny all ties to the asset class at first, try to disallow clients from banking crypto profits to their accounts then, and wholeheartedly embracing the sector later.
According to Arcane Research, the “7-day average daily real bitcoin volume” hit a yearly high.
Ever wondered how much cryptocurrency Wall Street veteran Mike Novogratz owns (or at least owned)? In a recent podcast, he recently answered this question and also revealed his thoughts about the Bitcoin and broader crypto market.
On-chain analysis and security company Chainalysis announced the launch of its “asset realization program” to help government agencies and insolvency practitioners handle, store, realize, and monitor seized assets, as per a release earlier this week.
PayPal, the payments conglomerate, integrated crypto purchases in October 2020, earning praise from the cryptocurrency community.
The price of Bitcoin is showing stability above $16,000 after a continuous rally since November 10.
A US lawmaker famous among crypto circles for his forward-thinking stance on the addition of digital currencies in the broader economy was “blasted” by regulators on Wednesday for focusing “too much” on the niche market, as per a press release.
The price of Bitcoin hit $16,000 on November 12 and it is exhibiting extreme volatility.
China Construction Bank (CCB), one of the country’s “big four” financial players, is planning to raise up to $3 billion from a sale of bonds that individuals and institutions can trade in and out of using Bitcoin and the US dollar, financial publication WSJ reported Wednesday.
The Bitcoin hash rate dove strongly in late October.
According to various on-chain metrics, Bitcoin (BTC) is entering the greed zone as price nears $16,000.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse took a dig at companies buying Bitcoin last week as the climatic effects of proof-of-work cryptocurrencies, like BTC, may be met with stern regulations if Democrat Joe Biden is elected as the US president.
According to the data from Arcane Research, the spot volume of Bitcoin has reached a new yearly high.
Bitcoin has entered what appears to be a consolidation phase following its latest bout of volatility.
Another day, another billionaire investor foraying into Bitcoin.
John Bollinger, the famed technical analyst, believes Bitcoin could be heading down for lower.
One of the most staunch critics of Bitcoin over the past few years has been Nouriel “Doctor Doom” Roubini.
Undoubtedly one of the biggest crypto stories this past week aside from the price action was the news that the United States government had made a monumental move in the Silk Road case.
Bitcoin is powering a Fintech giant’s revenues for this quarter, data released on Thursday showed.
The price of Bitcoin (BTC) is demonstrating a parabolic uptrend.
It’s been quite a volatile past day for the American public.
The presidential elections have long been looked upon as a serious catalyst for economic trends, with potential changes in power often altering the global markets’ course.
Traders in the crypto market are increasingly betting on the outcome of the contested United States election.
Changing policies and financial regulations in Hong Kong have now targeted the burgeoning crypto space. As per a statement by the city’s securities watchdog on Tuesday, Hong Kong will now require all cryptocurrency trading platforms to be regulated whether or not they trade securities.
A Bloomberg newsletter described Bitcoin as a “way of disintermediating the existing financial system.” It comes as the perception of BTC as a store of value is continuing to strengthen amidst rising institutional demand.
Following the OKEx founder’s arrest that resulted in over 200,000 BTC being caught in limbo due to him being the sole holder of the multi-sig withdraw keys, Bitcoin investors have been wary of holding their coins on centralized exchanges.
According to researchers at Santiment, Bitcoin has been in an “overbought territory.” Merely two hours after the report came out, BTC dropped 4 percent.