First Mover: Bitcoin Market, Like Wall Street, Shrugs Off Nationwide Protests
Protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis could have implications for inflation and trust in the financial system.
How the business analytics chief became Wall Street's boldest bitcoin maximalist.
MicroStrategy told the SEC it "may increase" its bitcoin (BTC) holdings beyond the $250 million haul purchased in August.
"That's the opposite of what happens with most stocks," the mutual fund legend added.
The new digital asset head at Goldman Sachs said the bank is considering launching its own possibly fiat-backed cryptocurrency.
Wall Street doesn't think rising inflation is likely right now. Does that remove one of the reasons to invest in bitcoin?