Do 2016's political changes foreshadow blockchain's impact? Cryptiv's CEO argues the two might be more intertwined than one might think.
Bitcoin prices surged more than 80% in 2016, pushed higher by developments such as the Brexit, the halving and the Bitfinex hack.
In the previous weeks, macroeconomic uncertainty has spurred investment interest in bitcoin, but will this continue into the second half of 2016?
CoinDesk analyzes activities in the bitcoin and ether markets over the first six months of 2016.
Momentum around the UK’s rapidly growing blockchain industry could slow following the 'Brexit' vote, experts say.
The owner of a bitcoin investment fund is arguing investors should begin preparing for the "death of the euro" following last week's 'Brexit'.
Bitcoin and ether prices rode a rollercoaster during the week ending 24th June, a period defined by the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
The price of bitcoin is rising at press time, passing the $650 mark just a day after dropping to a weekly low of $550.
The price of bitcoin fell $100 during a five-hour span today, dropping 15% over the current session as macroeconomic worries faded.
Despite periods of volatility, the global bitcoin market remained calm this week, gaining 1% while fluctuating between $410 and $450.