A growing number of crypto asset firms are abandoning attempts to register with Britain's financial regulator as global scrutiny of the rapidly-growing sector intensifies.
Bitcoin regained some ground on Tuesday, a day after touching a two-week low after China’s central bank reaffirmed a crackdown on cryptocurrencies and restricted trading channels for Chinese residents.
China's Ministry of Public Security said it had arrested 1,100 suspects involved in using cryptocurrencies to launder profits from illegal activities, part of an effort to crack down on speculation and money laundering in the sector.
President Nayib Bukele has just announced that El Salvador became the first country to accept Bitcoin as a legal tender.
According to Coin Metrics data, Bitcoin accelerated its slide to fall below the $32,000 level late Tuesday morning. U.S. officials said Monday they have secured $2.3 million in bitcoin paid to hacker group DarkSide
Elon Musk appears to piss of the hacker group Anonymous as the tech mogul has become their latest target.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee reiterated his bullish view on bitcoin in a note on Monday, saying that the cryptocurrency could surge to record highs if the stock market reaches new all-time highs.
Bitcoin fell 13 percent on Sunday after the world’s biggest and best-known cryptocurrency suffered another sell-off that left it down nearly 50 percent from the year’s high.
Bitcoin believers are always on a roller coaster ride with Elon Musk.
Elon Musk caused quite a stir in the crypto markets as he implied that Tesla might have sought its bitcoin holdings. However, the tech mogul promptly gave the opposite answer.
Bitcoin crossed a record high of $62,000 on April 13, continuing its rally as major companies and financial institutions adopt cryptocurrencies as investors waited for Coinbase Global Inc. to go public.
Late Tuesday, the electric car company announced that they started accepting customers' payments with Bitcoin, claiming to keep this Bitcoin number, not convert it into another currency.