Following recent highs for both assets, bitcoin has been trading sideways for the last 48 hours, while bitcoin cash has settled around $800.
Following a week of thrilling price gains, bitcoin prices have now dropped back towards $4,100. The new bitcoin cash, however, is at a record high.
Josh Stark argues that "cryptoeconomics" is widely misunderstood, despite being a concept crucial to understanding the blockchain industry.
The price of bitcoin cash surged past $700 today. What's driving these leaps in the young cryptocurrency's appeal?
A sudden increase in the price of bitcoin cash is changing the economic dynamic between it and the original bitcoin.
Miners are currently mining bitcoin cash at a loss. CoinDesk looks at the reasons why, and what might happen if the tables turn.
One of bitcoin's most notorious bears still isn't convinced bitcoin will work – even despite its record price run.
Following two days of sideways trading, bitcoin prices have once again reached record levels.
ProtonMail has revealed it is adding bitcoin as an official, automated payment option – and other cryptocurrencies may soon follow.
Bitcoin prices are beginning to move sideways, just a day after setting a new all-time high.