While countries like El Salvador have welcomed Bitcoin (BTC) with open arms, other regions are pushing to legally ban the digital currency. Although this may be, some industry experts believe that Bitcoin is here to stay — for good.Read more
Following the worst May for Bitcoin’s (BTC) price in the past 10 years, the largest cryptocurrency is likely to continue falling in the short term, according to JPMorgan analysts.Read more
Australians’ knowledge of cryptocurrency could use some improvement, as more than half of them think that Elon Musk created Bitcoin (BTC), according to a new survey.Read more
Amid the price of Ether reaching an all-time high this week, businessman Kevin O’Leary still believes Bitcoin will stay on top of the token.Read more
The demand for cryptocurrency exceeded PayPal’s initial expectations after the firm launched crypto trading in late 2020, according to the company’s CEO.
“Demand on the crypto side has been multiple-fold to what we initially expected.
Bitcoin (BTC) is expected to dip as low as $32,500 in the short term after several crucial support levels faded to nothing on April 23.
BTC/USD hit lows not seen since early March on Friday, as analysts line up their prognoses — and buy orders — in the latest Bitcoin price correction.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has addressed the platform’s transaction fees as the company’s shares list on Nasdaq today.
In a CNBC Squawk Box interview on Wednesday, Armstrong discussed public concerns associated with Coinbase’s massive returns coming from transaction fees.
The Simpsons, one of the most popular animated sitcoms in TV history, has made a rather bullish prediction for the price of Bitcoin.Read more
Major U.S. investment bank JPMorgan Chase will eventually have to get involved in Bitcoin (BTC), co-president Daniel Pinto believes.
The executive told CNBC Friday that JPMorgan’s decision to introduce Bitcoin services would depend on the client demand to trade Bitcoin.
Bitcoin (BTC) is likely to hit $60,000 in 2021 amid the growing mainstream adoption, according to an analyst at major financial publication Investing.com.
Jesse Cohen, a senior financial analyst at Investing.com, predicted that Bitcoin will likely reach a $60,000 level in the first half of 2021.