Blockchain Bites: Bitcoin Trades Sideways as US Inflation Is Muted
The line of sight on U.S. inflation is anything but clear after the Labor Department reports the CPI's smallest yearly gain since 2015. So what does it mean for bitcoin?
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Deltec invested some clients' funds in bitcoin, but not Tether's, the bank confirms. So what exactly is backing tether?
Brian Brooks finalized the controversial Fair Access to Banking rule in what could be his last act in office.
Bitcoin's powerful move over the past couple of months to more than $700 billion in market value is suddenly commanding more attention from global financial regulators.
Though bitcoin's rally has lost some steam, many traders are still in a bullish mood – and shifting to alternative cryptocurrencies known as "altcoins" whose prices have yet to clear all-time highs from years past.
Record trading volumes have accompanied bitcoin's rally this year, and subsequent swoon, offering a healthy sign of just how much price discovery is taking place in rapidly growing (to $3T?) cryptocurrency markets.