Bitcoin reached an all-time high Wednesday, crossing the $66,000 threshold and blowing past the previous high of $64,889 in April.
Coinbase is calling on the US government to establish a new regulator for the crypto and digital assets market.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has come out in support of cryptocurrencies, at a time when Russia is the third-biggest crypto mining country.
In one of the biggest endorsements of cryptocurrency, Bank of America has initiated coverage of Bitcoin, driving its price past $50,000.
New Zealand is exploring the possibility of launching its own digital currency, the latest indication of how much such currencies are transforming the market.
Coinbase is making it easier to fund accounts, allowing users to deposit part of their paycheck directly into their accounts.
China is intensifying its war on cryptocurrencies, banning all transactions, as well as all mining.
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.
Walmart and Litecoin are both debunking news of a partnership, saying nothing is in the works.