Bitcoin's price rose above $8,100 for the first time on Sunday.
Bitcoin cash's big ups and downs have had market impacts far and wide, while showcasing the nascent nature of the crypto sector as a whole.
Bitcoin has staged a remarkable "V" shaped recovery from the last week's lows near $5,500, and may be looking at new highs ahead.
The price of bitcoin is spiking, climbing above $7,700 for first time since Nov. 8.
New survey data highlights the ideological – and economic – factors driving some investors to purchase bitcoin.
Bitcoin cash has lost 20 percent in the last 24 hours, but looks to have found a new bottom around $1,000.
Bitcoin is showing no signs of stopping its recent upwards surge. As prices climb once again, are new highs on the horizon?
A well-known electronic brokerage firm is issuing dire warnings against the CME Group's plan to launch a bitcoin futures contract next month.
Initial coin offerings (ICOs) could one day come to be seen as similar to inital public offerings (IPOs), according to a new report.
Analysis of the bitcoin price charts suggests the tide is slowly turning in favor of the bulls, although $7,000 could be a stumbling block.