Now, watch this:
Now, watch this:
For the first time — as far as I’m aware — we are watching a sovereign nation grapple with the implications of Bitcoin in live time. Senators convened in Nigeria today to discuss a variety of topics, including cryptocurrency, and openly opined about how to respond to the worldwide decentralized currency…
A story has been making the rounds today about a criminal in Germany that held over $60 million in Bitcoin before being arrested. Incredibly, the media still doesn’t understand what it means to “own” Bitcoin, claiming that the government “confiscated” the funds but “can’t unlock” them…
Last week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk put #bitcoin in his Twitter profile, for the first time signaling something of an endorsement for the decentralized, peer-to-peer cryptoasset. Tonight, Elon is stepping into a Clubhouse room for the first time, and chances are he’s going to chat a bit about Bitcoin. Follow along for our live coverage of the Clubhouse chat and everything Elon says.
Mark Cuban, like many other tech magnates, has a bit of a history when it comes to his take on Bitcoin. It’s fluctuated from near total dimissal to excited embrace to… what now seems to be something of a coherent thought published on his own blog.
After years of teasing his stance on crypto — everything from his ownership of half a bitcoin to declaring himself the ‘former CEO of Dogecoin’ — Elon Musk has finally capitulated on Bitcoin. He added it to his Twitter bio in what seems to be an endorsement.
Since the beginning, one of the biggest criticisms of Bitcoin — and indeed, the entire cryptocurrency space — has been its great volatility. But an interesting trend has emerged in recent years: Bitcoin’s volatility is decreasing while that of other traditional assets is increasing…
If you were frustrated by the recent Robinhood outage or stock halts that lasted multiple hours, you might be considering how you can move your stock off of the brokerage to another. Good news for you: You can do that if you want! Bad news: Robinhood charges a fee.
2021 has been the year of a fundamental shift in Bitcoin interest, with various institutions — namely publicly-traded US companies — buying up Bitcoin in droves. It started with MicroStrategy and Square, and continues today with Marathon Patent Group.