The cryptocurrency markets are rallying today with ether leading the pack. But will it last? Three signs give reasons for investors to be hopeful.
Investment bank Goldman Sachs has reportedly dropped plans to launch a cryptocurrency trading desk, for now at least.
The price of bitcoin is down over 60 percent from its all-time-high so we've taken a look into how and when this bear market could end.
The crypto community should use this moment to forget about price fluctuations and engage the world in a discussion about blockchain tech's potential.
A publicly traded stock is tracking the price of bitcoin, a correlation that appears to have played out over a period of years.
Lu Qi, the head of Y Combinator's new China division, believes blockchain has great potential for entrepreneurship in the long run.
Having launched bitcoin futures trading in May, Goldman Sachs is now pondering the launch of a cryptocurrency custody service, according to a report.
UBS doesn't believe bitcoin constitutes money or a viable asset class yet, but it could in the future.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has said the not-for-profit online encyclopedia platform will "never" hold an ICO or issue its own cryptocurrency.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell criticized cryptocurrencies during a hearing on Capitol Hill.