We’ve all seen both DeFi and cryptocurrencies playing a larger and larger role in the world economy, and adoption increasing at institutional, personal and the policy levels. With the Biden administration, will we finally get the key officials the cryptocurrency world has been waiting for?
In 2020 we’ve seen another spike in Bitcoin’s price, from under $5,000 when the pandemic lockdowns began to over $28,000 in December. Are we looking at a reprise of 2018’s cataclysmic crash? Or is this just the beginning?
With a week left to the year, Bitcoin could still post some interesting moves before the fireworks start. CNBC’s expert crypto analyst James Ledbetter assesses Bitcoin’s outlook for 2021 and outlines 5 key trends we’ll want to keep an eye on in the year ahead…
When price goes up, demand goes down – doesn’t it? Not this time. Here’s why Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies enjoy insatiable demand even as prices surge…
Over the past three years, Bitcoin has gradually attracted Wall Street’s attention. Even before its recent surge past the $19,000 level on what might be a path to a new all-time high, even the disdainful Wall Street Journal has taken note…
Bitcoin’s Wednesday rise marks the first occasion the most popular cryptocurrency has touched $18,000 in three years. Some observers see parallels with the great crypto rise of 2017 — and many more are analyzing the forces driving Bitcoin higher.
Although President Trump is still contesting the U.S. election, Joe Biden is moving forward with onboarding Gary Gensler, a crypto-savvy, former Wall Street veteran, as the head of the financial policy transition team. Find out how Gensler may influence the crypto sector and what his current opinions are on crypto.
In the midst of the presidential elections fumbling through chaos and uncertainty, Bitcoin has staged a big comeback. Whether it’s uncertainty from the election, a new spike in COVID-19, or fear of missing out, the token is now at the highest level since 2018. See why the crypto community thinks there’s still plenty of more upside.
With JP Morgan gradually taking bigger steps into crypto, it seems the largest bank in America has shifted its previously negative outlook into an optimistic one. See what’s making its executives so bullish on Bitcoin.
After months of stagnating within the $9,000 range, this week saw enormous price action from Bitcoin, as it hurdled the $10,000 mark on its way to $11,000. What economic and geopolitical factors triggered such a leap, and what does the near future hold for the crypto market? Here’s how one analyst breaks it down.