DoubleLine management CEO Jeffrey Gundlach, a staunch Bitcoin critic, emphasizes that investors who have a “high tolerance” for risk can still collect easy profits if they want to trade Bitcoin.
The European Banking Authority (EBA), a regulatory agency under the European Union (EU) headquartered in London, is calling for pan-EU rules on cryptocurrencies.
Canaan, one of the largest makers of bitcoin mining chips and devices based in China, is considering an initial public offering (IPO) in the U.S.
The Winklevoss Twins believe that Bitcoin will remain the leading cryptocurrency and will surpass gold.
Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) is reportedly mulling over testing the marketability of Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETF).
The GTI Vera Convergence Divergence meter shows that Bitcoin is now enjoying its longest purchasing run during the last six months.
Legendary investor and analyst Gary Shilling has explained why he won’t be investing in Bitcoin in a recent interview with Business Insider.
Bitcoin promoter Tuur Demeester has recently instigated a tweetstorm against Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, hurling criticisms as he claimed that the Ethereum network was no more than a science experiment, prompting Buterin to post a series of rebuttals.
Peer-to-peer (P2P) Bitcoin exchange Paxful has seen a rise in transaction volume by 130 percent since January 2018, posting a weekly average of $21 million as opposed to 2017’s $8.5 million.
A man has been arrested in Taiwan for allegedly mining cryptocurrency using stolen electricity.
Malta-headquartered crypto exchange OKEx, the world’s number two in terms of 24-hour adjusted volume, has rolled out a new Bitcoin derivative product, which does not have an expiry date. This means that positions can be kept indefinitely.
Hong Kong police have recently launched an investigation on multiple bomb threats proliferating over email intended to extort cryptocurrency.
Hong Kong Bitcoin millionaire Wong Ching-kit has reportedly dispensed millions of HKD to the crowd.
As head of Asia Pacific trading at Oanda Stephen Innes argued, Bitcoin has yet to surpass its nearly year-long bearish trend as the leading digital asset has yet to offer any significant use cases.
A Bitcoin trader from South Africa has recently been attacked and tortured by a group of unidentified assailants in an attempt to extort Bitcoin.