You've probably heard a lot of people talking about Bitcoin. But what is it? And should you invest in cryptocurrency?
Billionaire investor and 'Uber' founder Garrett Camp has announced his latest project, a Bitcoin rival called 'Eco.' Camp hopes the cryptocurrency will improve on Bitcoin's functionality and energy consumption, and will be used globally in day-to-day transactions. Read more... More about Business, Mashable Video, Uber, Money, and Bitcoin
The financial tech company is looking at how it can expand its customers' ability to use bitcoin.
Bitcoin falls 10 percent after regulators signal crackdown on exchanges.
Numerous concerned users have taken to Reddit to complain that popular cryptocurrency exchange desk Binance has suddenly begun to sell their altcoins at market rate – without their consent and without any notification whatsoever. “WTF is happening,” one user cried out. Show More Summary
Bitcoin's Tokyo Whale (not to be confused with that Tokyo Whale) revealed on Wednesday that he has sold off about $400 million in bitcoin and bitcoin cash since late September. Nobuaki Kobayashi, bankruptcy trustee for Mt. Gox, the largest...Show More Summary
Got a few bitcoins lying around and feel like you need a new crib? You’re in luck. A new report from Tampa, Florida-based real estate company Re/Max Action First argues that cryptocurrencies are the new black in the trillion-dollar real estate market. Show More Summary
The price of bitcoin and other leading cryptocurrencies dropped Wednesday as regulatory fears along with rumors that a major exchange had been hacked plunged the market into uncertainty again. Leading the headlines was a statement from the U.S. Show More Summary
All of a sudden, cryptocurrencies are all over the news. Bitcoin, especially, with its huge jump in value in 2017, made people aware of the potential of cryptocurrencies. Suddenly, everyone is talking about blockchain technology. There's...Show More Summary
Very few would have predicted the meteoric rise of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies toward the end of 2017 - fewer still may have predicted the dip that occurred shortly after. How can you find the next crypto to go 'to the moon'.Show More Summary
Bitcoin is having a moment — just not the kind its boosters hoped for. The cryptocurrency once again dropped below $10,000 today, and the timing of the latest dip has some faithful hodlers concerned. Specifically, the apparent sell-off...Show More Summary
Bitcoin slumped back below $10,000 after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission reiterated that many online trading platforms for digital assets should register with the agency as exchanges. The largest cryptocurrency dropped as much as 13% to $9,416 after the SEC statement boosted concern...
Securities and Exchange Commission says some online trading platforms may seem to be SEC registered and regulated 'when they are not.'
At this point, it would almost be faster for us to compile a list of celebrities who aren’t releasing their own cryptocurrency, then get savvy readers to start using that list as a means to buy internet goods and services. The dollar is an illusion, baby! Put all your savings into NewswireCoin! But in the meantime,… Read more...
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance said it had halted withdrawals Wednesday morning as it investigates "unauthorized market sells. " Bitcoin was plunging on the rumours of a possible hack on the popular exchange, and the digital currency...Show More Summary
You have probably heard a lot about Bitcoin by now, and you’ve likely even read some stories about Bitcoin millionaires – some of whom are regular people, and even teenagers, who figured out how to mine Bitcoin or who got into this cryptocurrency investment early when coins cost almost nothing. Show More Summary
Bitcoin has made a lot of people a lot of money because it has increased substantially in value over time. While its future value is uncertain, there is no denying that those who bought Bitcoin for almost nothing just a few short years ago have made a tremendous return on their investment. Show More Summary
Some 600 computers used to "mine" bitcoin and other virtual currencies have been stolen from data centers in Iceland in what police say is the biggest series of thefts ever in the North Atlantic island nation.