2017 was another bad year in bitcoin in the eyes of long-time industry observer Jim Harper, but he sees a silver lining at the end of the story.
The price of bitcoin may be at all-time highs, but a wave of new investors could quickly tilt the market dynamic, analysis suggests.
Far from a bubble, bitcoin is on the path to becoming a significant part of global money supply, according to trader and analyst Willy Woo.
New users are crowding into the litecoin market, driving up one of the market's oldest and most accessible assets.
Following yesterday's all-time high, bitcoin bulls look set to push prices as high as $20,000 over the next few days.
Think 2017 was a fluke? Not according to blockchain advisor Oliver Bussmann who makes the case next year will see further growth.
Sanity? You weren't going to find it in the crypto world in 2017 according to author David Gerard. Insanity, though, there's plenty to go around...
Bitcoin gold is well bid today, but chart analysis suggests the upturn in prices may be ephemeral.
Decentralizing Airbnb? A new blockchain protocol aims to disrupt nothing less than the entirety of the sharing economy.
Having landed on Wall Street with a bang, bitcoin is solidly bid and looks set to scale new heights.