In spite of the timing, bitcoin wasn't created as a result of the 2008 crisis
– and this misunderstanding matters.
Commentators and analysts who say bitcoin is in a “bubble” show they don’t
understand what the term means.
The latest OCC statement, which opens the door for banks to use blockchains to
validate payments, hints at more than just better services.
Four crypto industry experts share their biggest insights from 2020 and what
they mean for 2021.
For many, bitcoin is hedge against inflation. But it's also a safety play for
a world where old ideas about economics are up in the air.
Just because gold is losing momentum and bitcoin is gaining it doesn't mean
investors are selling gold to buy bitcoin – not yet, anyway.
Bitcoin may be rooted in blockchain technology, but it's evolved into
something much more than code. That's why it's not easy to replicate.
Bitcoin price spikes grab headlines, but the asset's long-term value depends
on its developers – and what drives them.
The current bitcoin bull run is indeed different from three years ago, though
that doesn't mean we won't see another peak-and-trough cycle.
Stanley Druckenmiller’s comments about bitcoin were blown out of proportion.
They were positive for crypto, but not for the reasons most believe.