The bitcoin price is showing new signs of life – even while it appears to have entered a period of sideways trading after last week's crash.
The ether-U.S. dollar [ETC/USD] exchange rate has responded positively following the market shocks caused by recent regulatory actions in China.
BitTorrent developer Bram Cohen has published a white paper setting out an eco-friendly alternative to bitcoin's proof-of-work process.
New survey data from online student loan marketplace LendEDU suggests that younger consumers in the United States are more apt to invest in bitcoin.
Bitcoin's price has bounced back above $4,000 following market losses linked to the recent regulatory crackdown in China.
The price of bitcoin continued to recover into Monday as consolidation in pricing helped the cryptocurrency recovery Friday's steep losses.
A new exchange is courting users of the now-defunct BTC-e exchange, but it bears a striking resemblance to its illicit predecessor.
All else equal, the market may take less time to recover from the latest sell-off than from the one that took place in December 2013.
Bitcoin prices are back above $3,500, but will they stay? Technical analysis suggests rangebound trading may be on the way.
OKCoin and Huobi will end yuan-to-bitcoin trading by the end of next month, but are set to keep offering crypto-to-crypto trades.