China-based cryptocurrency exchange Yunbi has announced the closure of its trading operations in the midst of a wider crackdown within the country.
Cryptocurrency markets are down today following new developments out of China’s bitcoin exchange ecosystem.
With news from China sending the bitcoin markets tumbling, technical analysis suggests key price indicators could determine when the selling will end.
A document leaked on Chinese social media today appears to confirm rumours that all local bitcoin exchanges must close by the end of the month.
Chinese bitcoin exchange ViaBTC has announced it will be closing its website at the end of September – the second exchange in as many days to do so.
Money manager Josh Brown doesn’t understand bitcoin and was a long-term skeptic – but he’s not letting that stop him from buying in.
Continued market turmoil traced to Chinese regulatory pressure has sent bitcoin’s price tumbling more than $500.
Gene Simmons, the co-founder and front-man for the 70’s rock band Kiss, is a fan of bitcoin.
The price of bitcoin may be done on bearish news today, but as we head into Thursday’s trading, charts indicate bulls may be ready to hold the line.
Millennials are looking at Bitcoin for their long-terms saving, as their trust in traditional avenues fail.
Eher may be set to head lower. If analysis is any indication, traders may be turning bearish as the market readies to retest July lows.
China-based exchange BTCC has announced it will be closing its doors to domestic trading, while Shanghai media indicates a broader crackdown.
Linda Xie’s investment fund will leverage lessons learned working at Coinbase about scaling, governance and the importance of tech prowess.
The JPMorgan CEO’s bitcoin comments? They’re a symptom of the very problems bitcoin is trying to solve, according to one venture investor.
A minister in Russia’s government said this week that cryptocurrencies and blockchain are “impossible to ignore.”