With the latest rout, Bitcoin has now plummeted more than 80 percent from its all-time high a year ago.
Traders Look to Proxies Ahead of U.S. Day of Mourning for Bush
Bitcoin is headed for the biggest gain since July, providing some to investors -- but it may be too soon to call a bottom.
Mike Novogratz’s Crypto Trading Desk Lost $136 Million in Nine Months
Bitcoin’s tumble worsened over the weekend, in striking distance of the cryptocurrency’s worst bear markets.
Bitcoin miners hit hard by the cryptocurrency’s crash may be throwing in the towel.
Bitcoin Falls Further Below $4,000; Crypto Continues Plunge
Bitcoin sank toward $4,000 and most of its peers tumbled on Friday.
These Charts Show How Markets Are Reacting to Ghosn’s Arrest
Bitcoin’s latest plunge gives investors reason to weigh how it compares with some of history’s greatest asset bubbles.
Equity Contagion Spreads to Credit, Deepening Worries on Growth
Goldman Turns Bullish on Yen, Sees Gradual Gains in Next Year
Asia Crypto-Linked Stocks Fall as Bitcoin Sinks to One-Year Low
Malaysia's CIMB to Partner With Ripple in Cross-Border Payments
Blockchain technology can eliminate the need for a central standardized system because it works as a public ledger.
Spreads have widened and short-term borrowing costs have spiked since IL&FS failed to meet debt obligations.
Tech Stocks More Volatile Versus Bitcoin Than Ever Before
When It Comes to Volatility, Tech Stocks Are the New Bitcoin
The debt is tied to weaker prefectural, city or district-level governments with lax supervision over state-owned enterprises.
Goldman Says Dollar's Reserve Position Hit by U.S. Sanction Risk
A sudden exodus from the most popular dollar-linked cryptocurrency rippled through digital asset markets on Monday.