Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of the FTX exchange, spoke about what type of cryptocurrencies he believed could best survive a bear market.
The discovery of a new, potentially vaccine-resistant COVID-19 variant has prompted investors to get out of riskier assets such as crypto assets.
Plots of virtual land are now selling for millions of dollars in the metaverse as investors snap up digital real estate.
Crypto tokens linked to the burgeoning metaverse have surged in latest week, while traditional coins have lagged.
The cryptocurrency market has lost $500 billion in value in the week since bitcoin hit an all-time high, as investors have cashed in on recent gains.
AMC will start accepting shiba inu online in the next two to four months, CEO Adam Aron said on Monday.
Bitcoin tumbled towards $60,000 on Tuesday after Joe Biden's infrastructure bill was signed into law and China warned state firms about crypto mining.
Asset manager VanEck's bitcoin-futures exchange-traded fund will start trading on Cboe's exchange with the ticker symbol XBTF.
Crypto billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried, who heads up the FTX exchange, recently discussed the current cryptocurrency climate and FTX.
Shark Tank's Kevin O'leary told a Reddit Talk session his crypto holdings now made up 10% of his portfolio.
Bitwise CIO Matt Hougan said on Twitter on Wednesday his company had withdrawn its bitcoin futures application with the markets regulator.
Binance, the biggest crypto exchange in the world, said Thursday it had temporarily halted all dogecoin withdrawals.
The launch of NYCCoin follows MiamiCoin, which to date has earned more than $21.3 million since its August 2020 launch, the nonprofit said.
FTX's Sam Bankman-Fried said solana was one of the few blockchains with a roadmap to scale million of transactions.
Elon Musk's SpaceX mission DOGE-1, which was fully funded with dogecoin, is still set to launch early next year.
AMC announced in an earnings call on Monday that it was looking into how it could accept shiba inu payments in it's cinema chains.
Investors have poured a record $8.9 billion into crypto products so far this year, more than the $6.7 billion for all of 2020.