Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey warns investors not to put more cash into cryptocurrencies than they can afford to lose. Is that sound advice?
This is not just April Fool’s Day. It is also National Burrito Day, and Chipotle Mexican Grill is making an interesting offer to its customers today.
Square reported mixed quarterly results after the markets closed on Tuesday, but earnings weren’t necessarily the biggest news of the report.
A new survey indicates that more than half of Americans understand what cryptocurrencies are and about half of those have already invested in one.
In its annual report for 2020, Tesla revealed that the company owns about $1.5 billion in bitcoin as part of its investment portfolio. The digital currency hit a new high on the report.
The SEC moved quickly and decisively earlier this week when it filed an emergency action and obtained an order imposing an asset freeze and other emergency relief against Virgil Capital and its...
It has been a rocky and wild ride in the financial markets in 2020. The recovery to all-time highs in stocks has been stellar, but the relative move in Bitcoin has been something else entirely. With...
Bitcoin is within a few percent of closing at an all-time high. Will it make it? If it does, will the high last longer than a week?
Do the secondary assets behind bitcoin and the major cryptocurrencies have more room to run or have they already run into a wall?
One casualty in the instant recession of 2020 has been the market for initial public offerings. The stock market peaked in February and by the time the selling zenith came on March 23 the S&P 500...
Shopify's integration with Facebook advertising reached a new level last week when it announced that it was joining the Libra Association. Shopify aims to eliminate a formidable barrier to wider...
The world seems to be entering a much more regulated area around technology, media and communications.
There are not all that many trade war references from the modern era to refer to when it comes to what is happening between the United States and China.
President Trump made his first foray into the digital currency battle on Thursday, joining critics of cryptocurrencies in general and Facebook's Libra, in particular.
The 4th of July is a major US holiday, but the markets in Europe and Asia all remained open. Here's how the rest of the world acted on our day off.