The artist behind a giant, inflatable, rat-shaped piece of protest art dedicated to bitcoin is at it again – this time at the DC Fed.
A public art installation in New York is turning heads in what its creator hopes will be a commentary on bitcoin and government money management.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell criticized cryptocurrencies during a hearing on Capitol Hill.
The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank is now tracking the prices of four top cryptos in its economic research database, FRED.
While the thought may disappoint cypherpunks, the first step of a transition toward a true "money of the people" will be implemented by central banks.
Fed governor Lael Brainard has said that cryptocurrencies do not pose a threat, and there is "no compelling need" for a Fed-issued digital currency.
Researchers from the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank believe that the launch of bitcoin futures played a role in bitcoin's recent price slump.
Lael Brainard, a governor at the U.S. Federal Reserve, has said bitcoin and its peers raise investor protection and money laundering concerns.
The man behind the sign steps into the light to talk about bitcoin's philosophy, its future and just what he was doing in D.C. that day.
The man behind the sign steps into the light to reveal his motives. In a year beset by savage infighting, Bitcoin Sign Guy took a stand, with a small…