Ether Sets New All-Time High of More Than $3.8K
The new high water mark of $3,855.40 came less than a week after the cryptocurrency topped $3,000 for the first time.
Facebook's Trump decision illustrates the web's over-centralization. But NFTs show the way to a new model of development.
Analysts see speculative fever rather than informed bets on the blockchain’s future technological potential.
Bitcoin rose as traders looked towards further Fed support after the U.S. jobs miss. Altcoins continue to outperform.
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The SEC is currently evaluating VanEck's bitcoin ETF proposal.
Bitfarms, a Canadian bitcoin miner, has been approved to list its common stock on the Nasdaq Global Market.
The global race for leadership in central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) started with China charging forward with its digital yuan project and all other nations rushing to catch up.The Digital Dollar Project recently announced plans for a slew of pilot projects that will show what the tokenized U.S. dollar can and can’t do. It’s not clear yet exactly what those pilots will be.
Rari Capital announced there was an exploit in the Rari Capital ETH Pool related to its Alpha Finance Lab integration. In response, the rebalancer has removed all funds from Alpha. This story is developing and will be updated when more is known.
In this week's "Money Reimagined," Sheila Warren and Michael Casey address the confusing mixture of memes that drive the narratives around crypto. To do that, they're joined by Nathaniel Whittemore, host of CoinDesk’s “Breakdown” podcast, and Coin Center’s Neeraj Agrawal to discuss the importance of all this to both the outside world and the strange but fascinating subculture that has formed around the crypto community.
"All About Bitcoin" dives into the top stories of the week with our week-in-review panel: Managing Editor of Technology Christie Harkin, Managing Editor of Markets Brad Keoun, and Director of Data and Indexes Galen Moore. Topics include the effect of Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's comments on interest rates; what's moving the markets now. Plus, news from Goldman Sachs, the IRS, Square, and others focused on bitcoin. And, Marathon announces it has mined its first "clean" block. Christie explains what that means.
"The Hash" tackles today's hot topics: Bridgewater's CFO is leaving for the same job at NYDIG, Elon Musk's warning to investors on the eve of his "SNL" hosting gig, Square's bitcoin bet is paying dividends, and what Amazon is offering Chia cryptocurrency farmers.
Bitcoin and ether markets may be subdued today, but a wide variety of crypto service providers and investors are busy with new projects paving the way for wider adoption. "First Mover" guests today include Julian Sawyer, CEO of Bitstamp, the world's longest-running crypto exchange and Scott Conger, the mayor of Jackson, Tennessee. He wants to make the city a leader in bitcoin adoption. And as always, we dive into markets analysis. Greg Magadini of Genesis joins the discussion.