Bitcoin miners are scrambling to acquire more mining rigs as the global semiconductor shortage worsens.
This week's volatility may come down to a tug-of-war between F2Pool selling and Grayscale buying.
Institutional investors have rallied around crypto this past month, with the AUM of crypto ETPs surging more than 90% as volumes tripled.
After a day of intensifying sell pressure, Bitcoin price dropped below $29,000 for the first time since January 5.
After correcting 15%, Bitcoin price dropped to $30,000 but derivatives indicators suggest pro traders are buying the dip.
He feels Bitcoin might need such solutions, even with the coin in a store of value role.
Decentralized finance participants eye a “multichain” future as Ethereum’s DeFi-powering peers continue to attract users and projects.
Bitcoin is still the main focus of most investors but Layer 2 solutions, governance, and DeFi are shaping up to be the driving forces of the next altseason.
Strategists at the Wall Street megabank disagree with their colleagues view that Bitcoin is becoming digital gold.
Banks in many countries continue to either outrightly deny or limit their services to crypto exchanges.