Tesla executives may be regretting the company’s investment in Bitcoin, with its losses totaling a whopping $140 million in 2022.
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President Joe Biden has issued an executive order calling on agencies to investigate cryptocurrencies and digital assets, paving the way for a US-backed digital currency.
Uber is the latest company to signal its willingness to accept cryptocurrencies as payment, but not until some major changes take place.
El Salvador has taken advantage of bitcoin’s latest dip, increasing its stake by 410 coins.
Square founder and CEO Jack Dorsey announced the launch of the Bitcoin Legal Defense Fund as a way to help protect Bitcoin developers.
Cryptocurrencies have a new ally, with New York City mayor-elect wanting schools to teach children about crypto.
El Salvador has purchased an additional 420 bitcoin, helping to drive the price over $60,000.
Bitcoin reached an all-time high Wednesday, crossing the $66,000 threshold and blowing past the previous high of $64,889 in April.
Bitcoin may be one of the hottest things in the tech and finance industries, but JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is not a fan, calling it “worthless.”
AMC Theatres has announced it will start accepting Dogecoin, alongside Bitcoin, by the end of the year.
Brazil is poised to follow in El Salvador’s footsteps and adopt bitcoin as a legal currency.
In one of the biggest endorsements of cryptocurrency, Bank of America has initiated coverage of Bitcoin, driving its price past $50,000.
US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler has cast further doubt on cryptocurrencies, saying he doesn’t believe they are viable long-term.
United Wholesale Mortgage has announced it will accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency by year’s end.
Jack Dorsey is revealing more information about his TBD business and its focus on building a decentralized Bitcoin exchange.
Bitcoin has rallied enough to drive the cryptocurrency market back above $2 trillion for the first time since May.