The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is now weighing whether to approve the nation's first bitcoin-based exchange-traded fund.
Bitcoin, born into the flames of the credit crisis, seemed like a rebellion against a broken financial system. Ten years later, is that still true?
A highly touted investment instrument that sought to appeal to U.S. investors looking for cryptocurrency exposure has just seen a setback.
Bitcoin is reporting losses a day after a bull breakout – a move that looks similar to a bull trap seen in July.
NEO was the worst performing cryptocurrency over the course of August out of the world's 25 top cryptocurrencies by market valuation.
Bitcoin is reporting a monthly loss for August, but its quick recovery from lows below $6,000 likely indicates a long-term bottom has been made.
Bitcoin has broken the $7,000 psychological resistance level after climbing out of a 20-day channel between $5,873 and $6,800.
Over the past two days, the narrative on bitcoin exchange traded funds in the United States has felt like a rollercoaster.
The SEC announced yesterday nine bitcoin ETF disapproval orders are to be stayed until further review but what does that mean exactly?
Bitcoin charts continue to call a bullish move at a time when the short positions are near record highs.