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Chris Concannon, the president of Cboe Global Markets, is one of Wall Street's biggest crypto advocates. But the trading veteran thinks investors should lay awake at night worrying about the uncertainty hanging over the market for initial coin offerings, the popular crypto crowdfunding method.
The Bank of International Settlements on Sunday said bitcoin is "a poor substitute for the solid institutional backing of money." But critics in the crypto world say they're missing the point, and that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are still in development and shouldn't be judged yet.
Square, the payments company started by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, officially came the ninth company to receive a "bitlicense" from New York State on Monday. Shares spiked when the company announced the news.
The Securities and Exchange Comission on Friday announced a long-awaited decision on wether Ethereum was a security. Much to the relief of many crypto enthusiasts, the agency's head of corporate finance said it is not a security.
Argo Blockchain said in a statement on Monday it hopes to raise £20 million in the listing and expects to be valued at around £40 million. Argo says it will be the first crypto-mining company to join London's stock market.
Investment manager VanEck is trying its hand at launching a bitcoin-linked investment product for the third time. But one market structure expert says its 19-page risk-disclosure section is "laughable." Here's why
$1.6 billion Coinbase says that its newest acquisition puts it ‘on track’ to trade securities — and it could mean new coins are coming soon.
Fidelity Investments, a firm that oversees $2.4 trillion in assets, is hiring to build a digital asset exchange, an internal job ad reviewed by Business Insider reveals.
Bitfinex, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges by trading volumes, was down Tuesday morning after it experienced a cyber attack. "The platform is under extreme load," the exchange said. "We are investigating. Seems a DDoS attack was launched soon after we relaunched the platform."
Ripple, the company behind the cryptocurrency XRP, announced a new $50 million fund to finance university research into blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies. Here's what you need to know.