Bitcoin (BTC) is not what young investors should buy after the coronavirus crash, says the man who once said that the biggest cryptocurrency
Arthur Hayes, CEO of the world’s second largest crypto exchange, BitMEX, says that Jones has just removed career risk from investing in cryptos like Bitcoin
Bitcoin (BTC) can rally to $1 million but coronavirus means that the baby boomer generation is “fucked,” a damning new macro report concludes.
cryptocurrencies have been highly correlated with one another, especially the top ones. The correlation between cryptocurrencies
In a new report Binance Research found a ‘moderate’ positive correlation between Bitcoin and US equities during the first quarter of 2020 — but neither was correlated to gold.
People are going to buy Bitcoin (BTC) in droves — because there will be no gold for sale due to coronavirus, Max Keiser predicts.
Bitcoin (BTC) and gold showed clear signs of strength on March 24 as the United States Federal Reserve revealed the true extent of its money printing.
PAX Gold (PAXG), a major cryptocurrency pegged to physical gold, has now rolled out for trading against two European fiat currencies
On March 14, Tyler Winklevoss, the co-founder and CEO of Gemini and prominent early Bitcoin investor, took to Twitter to defend Bitcoin despite the recent market crash.
Bitfinex and Tether continue to actively cooperate in the cryptocurrency market despite facing class-action lawsuits accusing them of crypto market manipulation.
Digital payment platform Uphold has announced a new debit card, allowing users to pay with converted crypto, commodities and cash.
Bitcoin (BTC) saw a difficult week as it hit one-month lows, but on gold markets, traders were nursing the biggest daily falls in over seven years.