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The Bank of Japan has announced plans to purchase additional government bonds as the country’s inflation likely hit a fresh 41-year-high in December.
Bitcoin and Ethereum, the two largest cryptocurrencies, saw slight gains ahead of the first consumer price index report of the year.
Bitcoin has been more stable than gold, the dollar strength index, Nasdaq and the S&P 500 over the past nine days.
With Ethereum’s Shanghai upgrade forthcoming, user interest in ETH staking continues to grow.
U.S. authorities have ramped up their investigation into crypto-related firms following the recent catastrophic collapse of FTX.
Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced founder of crypto exchange FTX, has claimed the ownership of the contested 56 million shares of the financial trading app Robinhood.
Real world asset tokenization is primed to be a promising growth area for the digital asset industry in 2023.
India’s controversial crypto tax plans have adversely affected trading volumes on local cryptocurrency exchanges.
The very first Bitcoin block ever was mined by the pseudonymous developer of the cryptocurrency known as Satoshi Nakamoto on the 3rd of January 2009, or 14 years ago.
Central banks ending a nearly-decade-long period of loose monetary policies has created an unfavorable environment for risk assets, particularly cryptocurrencies.
Rising energy costs and plunging cryptocurrency prices have forced some major Bitcoin miners to look for new ways to hedge against thinning margins.
Public bitcoin miners have sold almost 100% of their mined BTC in 2022 amid plunging cryptocurrency prices and skyrocketing energy prices.
NFT marketplace aggregators processed nearly $2 billion in trading volume in 2022.
Ethereum layer-2 scaling solution Polygon has surpassed Binance’s BNB Chain in terms of average daily transactions per week for the second time in 2022. The continued success comes on the back of...
The SEC argues that FTX’s exchange token FTT was sold as an investment contract, and thus it is a security.