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Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest in the markets.
A system error at a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange saw a user attempt to make off with a huge amount of bitcoin, according to reports.
Bitcoin bulls remain in control, despite a sell-off overnight, and thus look set to test the long-term inflection point over $12,000.
Investing.com – The bitcoin recovery remained on track as investor jitters of a coordinated regulatory crackdown on the crypto-industry continued to fade, opening the door for new fund inflows.
BTIG analyst Mark Palmer reiterated his sell rating on Square Inc. shares Tuesday, writing that share price fluctuations in recent months have been similar to Bitcoin price fluctuations, though that's ...
Outspoken hedge-fund manager Paul Singer offers perhaps his most withering assessment of cryptocurrencies to date, denouncing the technology and describing it as worse than a fraud.
There is no currently exchange-traded fund tracking major cryptocurrencies, but the crypto industry has started to pull talent from the ETF world.
Bitcoin's price hovered between $11,000 and $12,000 as Bank of England Governor Mark Carney slammed the cryptocurrency.
A 52-year-old South Korean official who spearheaded that country’s regulatory crackdown on popularly traded and highly speculative cryptocurrencies was found dead in his home on Sunday, according to reports....
Investing.com - The price of digital currency bitcoin broke through the $11,500 mark for the first time since January on Tuesday as it continues to slowly recover from a sharp selloff at the start of the month.
Ever a voice of caution in the crypto craziness, Vitalik Buterin tells people not to bet the farm on digital currencies as they are “hyper-volatile”, saying “traditional assets are still your safest bet.”...
Investing.com - The price of digital currency bitcoin moved higher on Monday after climbing back above the $11,000 for the first time in four weeks over the weekend before surrendering gains.
Go big or go home. That’s the motto of one mysterious investor has put his chips on the table, buying close to $400 million of the No.1 digital currency bitcoin.
Bitcoin seems to have found a bottom below $6,000, although a long-term bull revival is still not certain, according to the price charts.
This sounds like a pretty big hint Starbucks might test out or even accept a virtual currency in the future.