|Day's range||6,99,396.06 - 8,48,920.44|
|52-week range||214.01 - 3,221,900.00|
|Volume (24 hrs)||16.58M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||212.13B|
Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne stepped down this week, but his blockchain boosterism didn't leave the company with him.
Investors are concerned with collapsing growth expectations across the globe. While cashing out is very tempting, Kim Forrest of Bokeh Capital, explains why that's a terrible idea.
The NBA and the NBA Players Association is launching NBA Top Shot, a home for blockchain-based digital collectibles.
Early bitcoin startup Blockchain is launching a high-speed crypto exchange called The PIT, which it claims will be faster than its rivals.
U.K. Fintech company Glint hopes to capitalize on the upward trend of Gold, up nearly 8% year-to-date with the launch of its new gold-based Mastercard in the United States.
The Internal Revenue Service announced on Friday that had begun sending letters to taxpayers who trade virtual currency, and may not have reported those gains properly.
Facebook is not the only company behind Libra. Here's what some of the other companies in the consortium say about the attention Libra is getting in Washington.
Crypto entrepreneur Justin Sun publicly apologized for what has played out after he bid $4.56 million on a charity lunch with Warren Buffett.
Blockstack is currently offering an SEC-sanctioned ICO, though the company wants to stay away from that problematic word.
Despite growing controversy over the crypto world’s latest big idea, some think Facebook's Libra might be a game-changer for the greater blockchain community.
Social media giant Facebook heads to Capitol Hill Tuesday and will face lawmakers for two days of testimony about its proposed cryptocurrency project.
The attention President Trump just brought to bitcoin could push prices up to $40,000 by the end of the year, says Fundstrat Global Advisors Head of Research Tom Lee.
Russia, China, Iran and Venezuela are experimenting with the technology that underpins the crypto market as a way to short-circuit U.S. financial dominance, a new report says.
Bitcoin prices have soared 220% so far this year, and the gains could be far from over. Anthony Pompliano, Morgan Creek Digital Assets Partner, told Yahoo Finance’s ‘The Ticker’ that Bitcoin will eclipse $100,000 by the end of 2021.
Facebook Mark Zuckerberg’s plans to launch a new, global cryptocurrency called Libra have been met with understandable alarm, particularly among regulators and consumer advocates.
More than half of Americans heard of bitcoin, and more have searched for it this year on Google than Kim Kardashian this year, according to a Coinbase study.
JPMorgan CEO Jammie Dimon sounds a lot more bullish on crypto and blockchain than he did when he called bitcoin a “fraud worse than tulip bulbs” in 2017.