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Four years ago, during the last presidential election, the price of Ethereum was hovering at $11.
The Bitcoin industry has not been spared from the ill-economic effects of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
What if I told you that the money you deposited into your bank account was carried right out the back door and placed into the coffers of somebody or some institution that you had never met, heard of, or authorized to handle your money? Would you be cool with it? The fact is that: Because […]
In a fundamentally important development for the cryptocurrency industry, the US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) said today that national banks and federal savings associations are legally allowed to hold the currency “reserves” that back stablecoins.
Bakkt, the fully-regulated institutional US exchange for cryptocurrencies, reported the highest-ever volume for its Bitcoin futures product yesterday, after several dismal months.
Software firm MicroStrategy made waves within the crypto market last month when news broke regarding their acquisition of $250 million worth of Bitcoin.
Apple, the Californian producer of software and consumer electronics, has been no fan of cryptocurrency ever since the sector gained steam back in 2012.
Litecoin demand among institutional investors on Grayscale Investments surged last week ahead of the protocol’s Mimblewimble upgrade and as fears of inflation have risen among US investors, as per reports.
The Federal Reserve Chairman revealed in a recent speech that the central bank would be breaking from years of historical precedent with their latest decision to allow inflation to run high while keeping interest rates low.
Fears of massive oncoming inflation, led by incessant money printing and economic disbalance in the US, is causing investors to seek refuge in a variety of alternative assets, including Bitcoin, gold, and even whiskey.
Crypto firm ShapeShift filed a civil action against a former employee of its engineering team who allegedly stole over 90 Bitcoin from company accounts, court documents show.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong said tech giant Apple has “restrictive” policies towards the cryptocurrency sector, as per a tweet this weekend.
The Bitcoin bull run in 2020 has sent ripples (no puns) across the crypto space with market observers calling for the asset to eventually reach all-time highs later this year.
China’s ByteDance and its extremely popular social media app TikTok are in turmoil in the US as President Trump has threatened to ban the application if a merger with a US company, namely Microsoft, does not occur by September 15th.
A patent filed by the US Postal Service (USPS) describing a blockchain-based tool was made public earlier this week after news of President Donald Trump trying to shut down the organization, reported Forbes.
US crypto exchange Coinbase is going all out with its crypto offerings ahead of a purported bull run, listing DeFi projects, in-demand altcoins, and now a product for loans using one’s Bitcoin.
Nasdaq-listed American enterprise software firm Microstrategy said it purchased over $250 million in Bitcoin this year, an announcement that pumped its stock prices up by 10 percent.
Grayscale Investments, a crypto investing and asset management company, has launched a nation-wide cryptocurrency ad campaign with TV commercials airing on CNBC, MSNBC, FOX, and FOX Business in the United States Barry Silbert, the company’s CEO, announced the campaign last week, while Micheal Sonnenshein, Grayscale’s managing director, shared the ad on Twitter earlier today.