Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News

  It’s bad enough that bitcoin is being used for a bunch of fake bomb threats across the US and Canada today. Now, Republican Congressman Warren ‘Crypto’ Davidson would like Americans, and maybe Mexicans, to “Buy a Brick, Build...

  Martin Weiss introduced Juan Villaverde, Architect of Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings and Publications Editor and several guests. Weiss set the tone by recounting that bitcoin had been through four previous bear cycles with experts calling its demise. Each...

  About the only good news from the year-long crash in cryptocurrency values is the potential to offset losses against other tax liabilities for investors. This creates several critical tax challenges and choices for digital currency holders and traders...

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) settled charges against professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr and music producer DJ Khaled for failing to disclose payments they received for illegally promoting investments in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). Mayweather agreed to...

US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Jay Clayton told the Consensus: Invest conference in New York that digital ETF approval will only be possible once market manipulation concerns are answered. “The prices retail investors are seeing are...

  Morgan Creek Digital Assets founder Anthony Pompliano expects bitcoin will bottom out at 85% of previous highs. Interviewed on CNBC’s Squawk Box, he said there are three things to remember about bitcoin: it’s a transaction layer, the most...

  Civic CEO Vinny Lingham predicted a “long, dark winter ahead for cryptocurrency” during an interview with CNBC. In markets today, bitcoin traded as low as $3679 for the first time since August 2017, before recovering slightly during a...

  A quick look at cryptocurrency exchange trading today shows bitcoin in a potentially perilous plummet below $3900 for the first time in 2018. By late afternoon Saturday, bitcoin had dropped to the low $3900 range with no indication...

  A New York City hacker used a smartphone SIM scam to steal more than $1 million from a wealthy Silicon Valley resident. The New York Post calls 21-year-old Manhattan resident Nicholas Truglia the “Billy the Kid of bitcoin”...