Why Crypto Investments Are Less Vulnerable to US-China Tensions
U.S.-China tensions are taking a toll on venture funds that invest in non-crypto startups. Investment in the blockchain industry may be less affected.
Chair of the Prop. 24 advisory board and crypto advocate, Andrew Yang, thinks it could set a new bar for data privacy rights across the U.S.
The statement is in keeping with economists' expectations for the U.S. central bank to take no new monetary policy actions.
All eligible PayPal accountholders in the U.S. can now buy, hold and sell cryptocurrency, the company announced Thursday.
PayPal officially confirmed Wednesday it is entering the cryptocurrency market. The payments giant, with 346 million active accounts around the world, pledged to make crypto “a funding source for purchases at its 26 million merchants worldwide.”
Panxora, a cryptocurrency hedge fund manager, seeks $50 million to buy digital tokens associated with decentralized finance, known as DeFi.