When imposing regulations, the U.S. government can all too often hinder growth, so it’s no surprise that many crypto advocates have been wary of Uncle Sam’s intentions for their space. However, if the latest words from Brian Brooks, the Acting Comptroller of the Currency, are any indication of how the government will oversee crypto, the outlook is very promising.
As crypto plays an increasingly large role in society and becomes intertwined in the fabric of finance, a new study has just revealed eye-opening insights into how quickly it is growing around the world. What is causing adoption to skyrocket, and what can we learn for the future? Find out here.
Just a few years ago, institutional investors didn’t have cryptocurrencies anywhere on their radar. Today, that’s completely changed, as many of these same firms are taking advantage of every price dip to snatch up crypto at a discount. What has made them so keen on Bitcoin and others in such a short period of time? Find out why here.
As crypto garners more space in the institutional sector, Kraken made big waves this week by becoming the first crypto bank in U.S. history. See what big changes this could bring to the U.S. market and what crypto banking services Americans will now have access to.
As technology exponentially scales its horizons, China continues to gain traction on blockchain – and it seems the U.S. has finally woken up to it. With Congress just passing a new bill to address the issue, find out how America plans to get competitive.
As the number of crypto users continue to rise, it’s obvious that crypto is becoming a crucial part of everyday life for users around the globe, especially for those in developing parts of the world. Here’s what may be driving the need for crypto in these countries.
As the crypto market continues to evolve, this week brought a new, big move from Fidelity that holds promise for even greater growth. Put that into the context of the larger, ongoing narrative of Wall Street moving into crypto at greater volumes than ever before, and it’s clear that much of this story of growth has yet to be told.
The struggling global economy, floundering due to the COVID-19 pandemic and The Great Lockdown, has inspired a new discussion regarding the integration of digital currencies. But as the World Economic Forum calls for tight controls in this “Great Reset”, we wonder which approach will emerge victorious – centralization or decentralization?
As fiat currencies in Brazil and Argentina drop to dismal levels, citizens of those nations are increasingly turning to crypto, such as Bitcoin. Here’s how the same scenario could soon unfold in the U.S.
With most of the nation battered by COVID-19 and the dollar at its lowest point since 2018, there seems to be no signs of slowing the downward spiral. See why Americans are holding onto Bitcoin and what may be in store for the crypto.