Latest Cryptocurrency news
Product described as ‘a historic milestone for the entire crypto space’
Bitcoin owners are reluctant to use cryptocurrency for purchases
Recent decline likely just a correction after rapid rise, analyst says
Lack of consistent accounting guidance is a major hurdle for the cryptocurrency sector
Bic Camera to roll out expansion of payment option after successful trial run
But cryptocurrencies unlikely to pose risks to the broader financial sector
Volatility is normal as the true value for these assets have yet to be discovered, explains BTCC CEO
Collapse of infamous bitcoin exchange prompted recent regulatory push in Japan
Regulators are still figuring out the technology behind digital currenies
Decline fuelled by concerns of cryptocurrency bubble
Fundstrat's Tom Lee believes that the cryptocurrency could become a substitute for gold
Stock analyst Ronnie Moas expects bitcoin price to reach $5,000
Digital currency could soar to as high as $3,915
Lloyds in focus as analysts flag bumper profits
Shell’s disposals continue with Saudi Arabia joint venture
Bank to marshal resources to withstand possible downturn in economy
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