U.K.-based crypto firm BCB Group is looking to provide corporations with a way to put Bitcoin on their balance sheet by launching a dedicated treasury.
Gold should help crypto investors hedge against the risks of highly unstable prices of cryptos like Bitcoin, the CEO of Newcrest Mining said.
The president’s refusal to budge on a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill will have knock-on effects for Bitcoin, as the money printers look set for action once more.
As we seemingly approach Hayek’s “Denationalisation Of Money,” what will come next for Bitcoin’s journey away from inflation?
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The cryptocurrency was designed to counter the harms of inflation, but is this really such a big issue?
The central bank doesn’t want to pull back asset purchases just yet, Powell said Wednesday.
Blockchain proponents claim that agricultural asset-backed tokens would make it easier for farmers in Argentina to attract investment and access liquidity amid a nationwide economic crisis.
Comments from Fed chair Jerome Powell could tell bitcoiners how committed the central bank is to staying the course on low interest rates through the rest of the year.
Bitcoiners are looking for persistent USD inflation to validate their favorite asset. That’s unlikely to happen soon, economists say, but low interest rates are still a boon for BTC.
Commentators and analysts who say bitcoin is in a “bubble” show they don’t understand what the term means.