A number of European Supervisory Authorities issued a warning to European consumers about the perils of buying virtual currencies due to rising concern that people may be unaware of the risks involved.
The boss of the world’s leading financial institution has said it’s “inevitable” cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin will come under government control.
The company behind digital currency Ripple has made a deal with an Emerati foreign exchange group to provide international payment services
Two economists at the New York Federal Reserve Money and Payment Studies discuss bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies capability to solve a problem of making payments in trustless environments; however, they argue it’s not clear it’s a problem that needs to be solved.
Cryptos were largely unfazed on Thursday by news that the Binance crypto exchange had suspended withdrawals and trading.
Cryptocurrencies were gaining momentum on Thursday, with bitcoin reclaiming the $8,000 level after falling as low as $6,000 just three days ago
Worldwide regulation of cryptocurrencies that could kill off their kudos has moved a step closer with outright criticism from the Bank for International Settlements' (BIS) general manager Agustín Carstens
Bitcoin fell to the $6,000 mark on Tuesday, leading the rest of the cryptocurrencies lower, as investors took to government bond and precious metal havens to avoid a widespread sell off in risk assets
Bitcoin continued to fall on Monday afternoon, trading at its lowest level since mid-November.
Cryptocurrencies appear to be in freefall, with Bitcoin falling below the $8,000 for the first time since its meteoric rise last year.