“Step on it hard,” Berkshire Hathaway’s Munger tells US government. #NEWS
Cryptocurrencies could one day help investors diversify their equity and bond portfolios, analysts for JPMorgan Chase wrote in a new report.
“Terrible Store of Value” is a great piece of work if you’re a collector of crypto art that sticks it to the man whilst providing a side order of utility. Formed out of repurposed credit cards and molded in the likeness of Jamie Dimon, who inspired the artwork’s name, the piece is currently up for […]
J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and Citigroup say no to purchases of crypto via credit card. #NEWS
With so much negative press around, it is easy to be right and spread FUD in the Bitcoin market as the bears emerge from their hibernation #OPINION
According to multiple reports back in October and December of last year, it was said that the financial institution Goldman Sachs had plans to create a bitcoin trading desk. Now a month later, Lloyd Blankfein, the CEO of the firm, says the reports are “not true” speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos this […]
Cointelegraph’s coverage of the World Economic Forum 2018 continues with exclusive comments from John Kerry and Jamie Dimon. #NEWS
The cryptocurrency market is currently dominated by individual investors, but institutional investors are watching. Where they see profit opportunities, they are sure to pounce. #OP-ED
JP Morgan’s Global Market Strategist Mike Bell seems to have timed his tirade against cryptocurrencies perfectly stating that governments could ban them in the wake of confusion emanating from Korea. #REGULATIONS
White shoe investment bank Goldman Sachs has had outsized influence on Wall Street and in government for years. The influential company now says Bitcoin and other digital currencies are real money. #BREAKING NEWS
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said cryptocurrencies would come to a “bad ending” in a new interview Wednesday.
CEO of JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon, does not believed decentralized cryptocurrency will last, says. #NEWS
JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon now reportedly regrets calling bitcoin a “fraud,” though he is still not a fan of the cryptocurrency.
While Wall Street continues to slowly incorporate Bitcoin, Merrill Lynch has decided to go the other way, banning its advisors from buying Bitcoin-related investments for their clients. #ANALYSIS
CME Group’s Bitcoin futures market opens, media jumps all over the currency’s mediocre 4% drop following the market’s launch. #NEWS