US Stimulus Plan Is Steadying Global Markets While Crypto Takes a Dip
The $2 trillion stimulus deal in the U.S. wasn’t enough to keep many cryptocurrencies from taking a dip Wednesday.
Money printer go brrrrrrr. In a world inherently short of dollars, refusing to increase supply is anything but responsible and rational, says columnist Jill Carlson.
Bitcoin rose by 7 percent early on Monday even as the risk-off mood returned to the traditional markets.
Forecasts of the dollar's demise are premature. Demand for greenbacks has never been stronger, says our columnist.
Seismic shifts might be in the offing for the global monetary system — a phenomenon that historically has occurred in the wake of world wars.
The bitcoin market is looking pensive as global equities fail to respond positively to the U.S. Senate's approval of a massive coronavirus stimulus package.