Say what you will about the Fox News host, but he deserves credit for highlighting Bank of America’s transaction snooping, writes Marc Hochstein.
Bitcoin, now worth more than most U.S. corporations, first reached “dollar parity” 10 years ago.
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance’s in-house BNB tokens have shot to a $40 billion valuation, ranking them third among digital assets behind bitcoin and Ethereum’s ether.
The $8.7 trillion-asset BlackRock is “dabbling” in cryptocurrencies – becoming the norm as bitcoin and ether rally to all-time high prices.
Investors may be realizing the same deflationary market mechanisms that apply to bitcoin’s scarcity creates similar opportunities in NFTs.
Analysts are still mostly bullish on the cryptocurrency’s price, even at lofty levels compared with those just a few months ago.
A financially settled and U.S. regulated ether futures product makes all the difference.
Bitcoin set a new high above $50,000 after erratic trading earlier this week, though options markets are not anticipating a drawdown anytime soon.
The market has matured since 2018, when bitcoin ETF applications last hit a peak. It’s unclear whether that’s enough to see one approved.
Break of psychological threshold pushes largest cryptocurrency’s year-to-date return to 70%, as a new breed of upstart tokens pushes industry market cap past $1.5T.