Coinbase Shuts Chicago Office as Crypto Slump Continues

In May 2018, Coinbase opened an office in Chicago as part of an ambitious plan to expand its trading products

Flaws in Bitcoin make a lasting revival unlikely

“BE MORE BRENDA,” said the ads for CoinCorner, a cryptocurrency exchange. They appeared on London’s Underground last summer, featuring a

How emerging-market local-currency bonds might fit in your portfolio

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Peter Thiel-Backed Crypto Brokerage Tagomi Just Got Its BitLicense

Tagomi, an institutional investor-focused crypto brokerage backed by Peter Thiel, received approval to do business in New York on Wednesday

J.P. Morgan Chase Becomes First U.S. Bank With a Cryptocurrency

How the mighty have taken a u-turn. J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon called bitcoin a fraud in September 2017

What happens when your bitcoin banker dies?

  BITCOIN WAS introduced to the world in August 2008, in the aftermath of the financial crisis. According to its

Chicago Exchange Withdraws Proposal to List Van Eck Bitcoin ETF. Van Eck Blames the Government Shutdown

The Chicago Board of Exchange has withdrawn a proposed rule change that would have allowed the listing and trading of

Russia Is Considering a Shift to Bitcoin to Limit the Impact of U.S. Sanctions, Report Says

Russia is reportedly planning to replace the U.S. dollar with Bitcoin as its reserve currency in a bid to limit

Bitcoin Tumbles 10%, Ending Nearly a Month of Stable Trading

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies entered another period of selloff Thursday, ending a period of recovery and stability that had endured

Bitcoin Exchanges and Wallet Services Should Get Pan-EU Rules, Says European Banking Authority

Europe’s top banking regulator wants lawmakers to look into creating pan-EU rules for cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, in