The efficient market hypothesis butts up against bitcoin’s volatile day while Bitcoiners show solidarity in hosting the white paper.
The world’s largest asset manager will allow two of its funds to get into bitcoin futures, as Guggenheim speculates a market pullback in the near term.
Also: “Market professionals” think assets are overheating while Yellen voices concern over bitcoin.
Bitcoin’s environmental impact has become top focus for some critics as traders go “long BTC” and Dunamu reveals a “fear and greed” index.
Also: Coinbase plans infrastructure updates to prevent outages during periods of volatility.
Deltec invested some clients’ funds in bitcoin, but not Tether’s, the bank confirms. So what exactly is backing tether?
Brian Brooks finalized the controversial Fair Access to Banking rule in what could be his last act in office.
The line of sight on U.S. inflation is anything but clear after the Labor Department reports the CPI’s smallest yearly gain since 2015. So what does it mean for bitcoin?
Content moderation decisions from Amazon, Shopify and Twitter following the Capitol riots in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6 have put efforts to “decentralize” the web into sharp relief.
Also: Bakkt will go public through a SPAC merger, JPMorgan weighs in on a bitcoin ETF and Dan Larimer is leaving EOS-incubator Block.one.