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User adoption looks to be gathering pace as bitcoin's price rises amid a coronavirus-induced rush for assets with safe-haven appeal.
Bitcoin prices surged 5% Wednesday, outpacing stocks and gold amid calls for more government stimulus to stem the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Bitcoin is again acting like a macro asset, drawing bids amid record rally in gold and broad-based U.S. dollar sell-off.
As Ethereum starts its multiyear transition to a "staking" network, analysts say a reduction in token liquidity may push traders to derivatives markets.
The Federal Reserve appears ready to pursue yet another untested strategy that could ultimately boost inflation – and possibly prices for bitcoin.
Surging open interest in crypto derivatives suggests investors are seeking alpha in other investments, like bitcoin, said the co-founder of an index fund provider.
Crypto traders didn't have to be choosy to make money in July, when every digital asset in the CoinDesk 20 rose (except, of course, for the stablecoins).
Bitcoin investors look to have shrugged off Sunday’s sudden $1,400 price crash.
Bitcoin's sudden price drop triggers a long squeeze across major exchanges.