Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin Faces Worst Quarterly Fall in a Decade

Bitcoin is set for its worst quarter since the end of 2011, as more central banks tighten money supply and crypto firms fall like dominoes. A quarterly drop of 58% represents the largest fall in value since Bitcoin was in its infancy. In the years...

Bitcoin Plunges Below $20,000

Bitcoin plummeted below $20,000 for the first time since December 2020. Ether dropped to $1,000 and fell almost 11% to $975.24, its lowest level since January 2021. The two bellwethers of crypto are both roughly 70% lower than all-time highs set late...

Bitcoin Crashes More Than 30% in a Week

Bitcoin continued to plunge this week to trade at just above $20,000, as the oncoming crypto winter shows little sign of slowing.  The world's biggest cryptocurrency has fallen by nearly a third since last Friday. The coin has lost around...

Crypto Players Welcome New Bill to Regulate the Industry

The crypto industry in the US welcomed new bipartisan legislation introduced to regulate it. The bill was tabled by Senators Cynthia Lummis and Kirsten Gillibrand and represents the first concrete step toward finally regulating the sector. Analyst...

Bitcoin Tumbles Back Below $30,000

Bitcoin tumbled back under $30,000 to its lowest price in a week, as another short surge of upward momentum lost steam amid market caution. Although the world’s largest cryptocurrency showed promising signs last week, rising to over $31,400...

Bitcoin Rallies Above $30,000

Bitcoin was showing signs of recovery after being marooned below the key $30,000 level for the past week. Other major cryptocurrencies followed suit. The market’s largest cryptocurrency climbed as much as 4.4% to $30,441.43 at one point. Bit...

Formula One Embraces Crypto

Despite the price of Bitcoin and Ethereum taking a major drop in recent times, the Formula One (F1) racing industry cannot get enough of crypto. Eight out of the 10 teams featuring in this year’s prestigious motorsport series have a crypto-r...

Central Bankers Question Cryptos at Davos

Central bankers meeting at a roundtable discussion at Davos, organized by the World Economic Forum (WEF), have questioned crypto’s place in the global economy.  Some of the comments emanating from a panel of central bankers and regulato...

India to Launch Own Digital Currency

India is working on developing a digital version of the rupee. It becomes the latest nation to join the push to create a state-backed virtual currency. The country's central bank hopes to launch the digital currency in the new fiscal year, whi...

Top Stablecoin Loses Dollar Peg

Tether, the world’s biggest stablecoin that pegs its value one-to-one with the US dollar, is losing value and can no longer maintain its equal pegging.  Stablecoins are usually a place of safety for crypto investors during times of turb...