Bitcoin headed for another weekly slump on Friday, with the largest cryptocurrency heading closer to $3,000 — a level unseen since September last ye
Bitcoin is turning negative again. And the technicals aren't looking too good either going into 2019.The largest cryptocurrency slumped as muc
One of the consequences of the recent rout in Bitcoin is well underway. And it's likely to have a profound effect on the leading cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin registered its biggest monthly decline in more than seven years as investors reevaluate the prospects of digital money following last year's e
The great crypto crash of 2018 plunged deeper over the weekend.Bitcoin slid another 4.5% to $3,635 at midnight Sunday in New York, according t
The great cryptocurrency crash of 2018 is heading for its worst week yet.Bitcoin sank toward $4,000 and most of its peers tumbled on Friday, e
Temasek Holdings Pte, Singapore’s state investment firm, is setting up new groups to explore opportunities in artificial intelligence and blockchain
Turmoil engulfed cryptocurrency markets again on Tuesday, with every major coin extending a rout that's rocked confidence in the nascent asset class j
Cryptocurrencies resumed their slump on Monday, with Bitcoin approaching the $5,000 mark for the first time since October 2017, in the wake of a split
Shares of several cryptocurrency-related companies in Asian markets fell Thursday, following earlier losses among U.S. names after Bitcoin led a sell-
Bitcoin tumbled below $6,000 for the first time since August and reached its lowest level in over a year, breaking the recent stretch of tranquility e
Ripple Labs Inc., the blockchain startup whose digital money is often used as a proxy for other cryptocurrency payments, is gaining new customers beca
A technical indicator for an index tracking some of the largest digital currencies suggests the crypto industry could be poised to break out of its re
Bitcoin bulls could be in for more bad news. Long-term technical indicators suggest the battered digital currency is poised to continue its slump.
When it comes to wild price swings, all the action of late is with technology giants — not Bitcoin.The sector has been front and center of t
Cryptocurrency trades are notoriously difficult to settle. Could a new platform help fix that?San Francisco-based startup Blockstream Corp. la