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Bitcoin mining has earned a bad reputation for guzzling cheap electricity in the pursuit of profit. Now bitcoin miners are trying to go green, to a point.
More than 24 million shares changed hands on first day. Bitcoin climbs within striking distance of April’s record high.
Revolut is allowing U.S. customers to trade as much as $200,000 of crypto a month commission free starting today.
The filing indicated Oct. 18 as the approximate date for the proposed launch of the fund, which will trade on the NYSE Arca Exchange and charge a management fee of 0.95 per cent.
US regulators are set to allow the first US Bitcoin futures exchange-traded fund to start trading, sources tell Bloomberg News, in a landmark moment for the crypto industry.
Russia has hinted it could move away from dollar-denominated oil if the U.S. continues to impose targeted sanctions. Asked whether crypto could be used as an alternative to the greenback, President Vladimir Putin said it was "too early to say."
Leading digital asset company Bakkt has announced a partnership with Google. The technology giant plans to expand payments on Google Pay to meet the ever-evolving needs of users.
A major crypto hedge-fund manager expects bitcoin to tumble once the SEC greenlights a bitcoin-backed ETF—Here’s why
Bitcoin rally’s this week looks driven by institutions. Analyst say it could lead to another all-time high for the cryptocurrency.
The Galaxy Digital chief believes it’s only a matter of time before bitcoin catches up with the precious metal.
Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd (Pink: BRPHF) CEO Mike Novogratz thinks the recent surge in Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) and Ethereum (CRYPTO: BTC) is being driven by new participants getting involved with crypto and increasing enthusiasm for the space. The total market cap of crypto as a percentage of global wealth is about 0.5%, he said Thursday on CNBC's "Squawk Box," adding he expects that number to "go much higher than 0.5% over the next few years."
From bitcoin futures ETF speculation to macro insecurity, the arguments for autumn being bitcoin season get stronger and stronger.
Tonga could be the next country to adopt BTC as a legal tender as a politician in the country as indicated interest in drafting a Bitcoin bil.
Faced with an inherently unequal financial system, those who have the most to lose by continuing the status quo are acting in their self-interest to explore alternative options like Bitcoin.
A futures-based ETF, if approved, could bring more buying pressure for the CME futures.
Bitcoin surged on Wednesday to its highest level in five months, as market sentiment continued to improve due in part to news a hedge fund controlled by billionaire investor George Soros trades bitcoin. Bitcoin was last up 6.3% at $54,750. According to reports on Wednesday, Soros Fund management confirmed at a Bloomberg summit that the fund is trading bitcoin.
Mike Novogratz heralds the start of its '4th-quarter rally'.
JST, FTX say big move could have involved short squeeze. Fairlead still sees reasons to be cautious on Bitcoin price.
El Salvador has mined 0.00599179 bitcoin, or about $269, with power harnessed from a volcano, in a first for the country. Bukele indicated in his tweet Friday that the mining project was still a work in progress and that they are in the process of "testing and installing" new mining equipment.
Powell comments, technical levels among reasons cited for move. Digital currency gains after its worst monthly drop since May.
Bitcoin bounced off 100-dma and is forming base around $40k. Powell says he had “no intention” on banning cryptocurrencies.
"I'm still pretty optimistic for a fourth quarter in crypto, but I think we have some more chop to go through," he told CNBC on Wednesday.
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China's central bank says crypto transactions are illegal. Officials vow to root out illegal mining of digital assets.
The veteran Bitcoin bull says he's not "nervous" about crypto on the back of the institutional investor demand he has witnessed.