Bitcoin works via blockchain technology wherein the purchase of digital coins from one member is echoed to the rest who belong on the same network.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett expressed his disapproval with Bitcoin, attributing it to speculative trading.
The Bitcoin fever has quieted down as the price of the crypto giant staggered since January. But the fluctuating market leaves investors figuring it out.
With Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple on the rise, are cryptocurrencies the new form of cold, hard cash? Experts weigh in the pros and cons.
Does investing in cryptocurrencies result in efficient money transfers, thus, expanding GDP growth? Or do they just push credit card debts to the edge?
Bitcoin is accepted more and more as a legitimate currency.
Generating money via interest rates is one compelling reason why making an investment makes a financially sound judgment.
The SEC had classified ICOs as securities last year, and they must now comply with the agency's regulations.
Cryptocurrencies have their fair share of detractors trying to impede their progress.
The hottest news in the cryptocurrency industry right now is that the Bitcoin blockchain will be split into two.