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Major American investment bank Goldman Sachs has seemingly recognized that cryptocurrencies are an emerging new asset class after all—despite stating otherwise just a year ago, according to its recent report.
Cryptocurrency-related search queries have surged in popularity to a new all-time over the past week—but not for positive reasons, according to Google.
JPMorgan research analysts have said that institutional investors are swapping Bitcoin for gold for the first time in six months.
Jiang Zhuoer, the operator of major Chinese mining pool Lebit Mining, argued that the latest crackdown on crypto in the country would likely lead to miners relocating their activity to Europe and the United States, as pointed out by journalist Colin Wu.
The cryptocurrency market is experiencing incredible growth in the past year and a half, rivaled only by the ICO craze of 2017.
Jed McCaleb, former CTO and co-founder of payment network Ripple (XRP) and current CEO of Stellar (XLM), has sold roughly 275 million XRP since early May as part of his daily “dumping.” The great XRP dump According to blockchain explorer XRPScan, McCaleb received just over 442 million XRP from Ripple on May 2.
Whoever holds the biggest Dogecoin bag seems to share the memecoin’s sense of humor.
Users of the crypto lending platform BlockFi are reporting difficulties in withdrawing funds.
In the Queen’s Speech debate, Member of the UK Parliament Tom Tugendhat argued that the Treasury needs to pick up the pace and open up to crypto.
DBS, Singapore’s largest and one of the world’s biggest banks by assets under management, put forward a bullish case for Bitcoin in a client note earlier this week.
Netherlands-based crypto exchange Bitonic today announced that a recent court order has convinced the Dutch Central Bank (DNB) to withdraw its demands for “unlawful and onerous” user verification requirements such as mandatory wallet screenshots.
The American arm of Greenpeace, a non-governmental multinational environmental organization, has stopped accepting donations in Bitcoin (BTC) amid growing concerns about the crypto’s impact on the world’s ecology, it told Financial Times yesterday.
Bitcoin (BTC) witnessed the largest on record outflow last week, said the London-based digital asset manager CoinShares in a report earlier this week.
Canadian publicly-traded company iMining will now include Cardano (ADA) in the list of supported assets for its staking services, it said in a release today.
Judge Netburn denied Ripple’s motion to stop the discovery of foreign requests for assistance by the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), as per a filing yesterday.
The University of Pennsylvania received a $5 million donation via Bitcoin recently for its finance programs, the school said in a release today.
Red Bull Racing (RBR) has signed on Tezos, the world’s 42-largest blockchain by market cap, as its Official Blockchain Partner, as per a release this morning. Teaming up with the world’s most advanced blockchain 👊 Announcing a new multi-year technical partnership with @Tezos as our Official Blockchain Partner.
The price of Pancake Bunny (BUNNY), the native token of the eponymous decentralized finance (DeFi) platform based on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC), plummeted by over 90% after it fell victim to a flash loan attack today.
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and blockchain games have taken the crypto market by storm in the past year, with the frenzy and demand for digital collectibles turning into a multi-billion market.
We’re only in Q2 but 2021 has already been a record-breaking year for Cosmos.
An anonymous user apparently not only predicted yesterday’s massive sell-off on the crypto market but also claimed that it was an organized China-related campaign aimed at a single “stakeholder”—half a day before the trading carnage actually began. Of course, the following should be taken with a giant grain of salt.
Stocks of Chinese publicly listed companies fell sharply today after cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others plunged massively on Wednesday, data from multiple sources shows.
Institutional investors are turning away from Bitcoin amid the latest massive sell-off on the crypto market—and allocating their capital back in gold, according to a note written by research analysts at American investment bank JPMorgan Chase.