With a recent surge in the market, public opinion about cryptocurrency's polarized, with some believing that it's in a bubble. But others beg to differ.
Uber co-founder and chairman Garrett Camp is the latest technopreneur to join the cryptocurrency trend.
Bitcoin remains highly volatile, which raises concerns if it could really replace money in transactions in the future.
Crypto experts such as Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin and Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse have warned about the big drop.
Experts are trying to find a link between plummeting Bitcoin value and the Chinese New Year.
Cryptocurrency is unregulated and a proof of its vulnerability is the recent Coincheck's loss of $400 million worth of tokens to hackers.
Cryptocurrency, index funds and real estate are underdog investments making waves in the market. Here are some reasons why they make the headlines today.
Peter Thiel, who invested in Facebook, PayPal, AirBnB, SpaceX, and Lyft, has now invested millions in Bitcoin.
Vitalik Buterin suggests that Ethereum will be as ubiquitous as Visa in the future.
Relative to Bitcoin, Ethereum was an unknown cryptocurrency. Now, it's reaching record highs after Russian President Vladimir Putin met with its founder.