The cryptocurrency market rout accelerated today as bitcoin (BTC) fell below $5,000 for the first time in 13-months.
U.S. Representative Tom Emmer plans to introduce three blockchain-focused bills to Congress in the coming weeks aimed at spurring development.
Michael Novogratz, the founder of the cryptocurrency asset management firm Galaxy Digital, believes the market has hit a bottom.
The sell-off in bitcoin and the resulting risk aversion pushed the cryptomarket to the lowest level since November 2.
A YouGov survey of roughly 1,200 Americans found that 48 percent of millennials are interested in using cryptocurrencies as a primary form of payment.
Stock brokerage EF Hutton is launching subscription-based cryptocurrency research reports aimed to educate "confused" investors.
Japanese messaging giant LINE has become one of the first public companies to have launched a proprietary blockchain network with its own token.
A man has been ordered to pay bail in cryptocurrency while he faces charges of hacking the computer network of a San Francisco game company.
Mastercard suffered an outage last week that led to a hold-up for some transactions – and crypto supporters on social media quickly pounced.
A U.S. congressman called for banning all U.S. residents from buying or mining cryptocurrencies during a hearing Wednesday.