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- Billionaire Marc Lasry sees bitcoin reaching up to $40,000 as it becomes more mainstream and easier to trade
Lasry's day job is running the distressed debt investment firm that he helped start, Avenue Capital Group, which has about $9.6 billion in assets under management.
Mastercard wins a patent for cryptocurrency and it could one day allow consumers to charge their purchases on their credit cards using bitcoin as a currency.
CNBC's Melissa Lee reports on the moves in bitcoin on the Coinbase exchange.
Bitcoin, the world’s most valuable virtual currency by market value, rose by more than 10 percent Tuesday.
Bitcoin is struggling to regain the hype and rapid growth it saw during the end of 2017, and some big-name Wall Street experts and CEOs think the digital currency may have run its course.
Here's why these five experts are bearish about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
IBM has put its weight behind a so-called “stablecoin,” a digital token tied to the U.S. dollar.
PayPal co-founder and well-known tech investor Peter Thiel was a part of Cayman Islands start-up Block.one’s most recent funding round announced Monday.
Institutional investments in cryptocurrency are helping to grow the industry, Coinbase Vice President and General Manager Adam White told CNBC.
Bitcoin extended gains on news that asset-management giant BlackRock has set up a working group to look into cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase announces it is considering adding five new tokens to its platform.
Bitcoin has had a rough 2018. The bitcoin faithful remains excited about bitcoin, and some experts see the digital currency surpassing its record highs from the end of 2017.
Here's why these five experts are bullish about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
Despite a sluggish cryptocurrency market, stock trading app Robinhood is adding two new digital currencies to its platform.
Square seems to be immune from bitcoin's moves as its mobile payment app grew despite a drop in demand for cryptocurrency.
Julian Hosp, co-founder of TenX, sees bitcoin potentially hitting $60,000 even though the cryptocurrency is trading some 67 percent below its near-$20,000 December highs.