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"Long term, directionally, it is a multitrillion-dollar asset," bitcoin investor Cameron Winklevoss told CNBC.
Uber and a woman who accused top execs of improperly obtaining her records after a driver raped her have agreed to settle a lawsuit.
Bitcoin mania could prompt some of the world's largest oil-producing countries to make a move against the dollar, according to one commodity analyst.
China is the largest source of international students for the University of California, with nearly 20,000 Chinese enrolled in 2016.
Michael Dunne, president of Dunne Automotive, said China could facilitate an autonomous driving market quicker than the United States.
Australia and China are at loggerheads over Beijing's attempt to influence politics Down Under.
Bitcoin dropped precipitously after huge swings over the last 24 hours.
Tencent was the first company in Asia to pass $500 billion market cap mark.
First Eastern Investment Group is helping Alibaba's Alipay and Tencent's WeChat Pay to expand into more overseas markets.
Robots are changing the way people live and Kuka wants a big slice of the pie in China where it is gunning to lead the market.
Beijing is expected to release dollar-denominated trade data later on Friday.
The capital expenditure component of Japan's revised Q3 GDP saw a rise of 1.1 percent from the previous quarter.
Experts predicted that companies will raise larger sums in ICOs, regulators will give more guidance and bitcoin will become mainstream.
Asian markets edged up in Friday trade after U.S. markets finished higher on Thursday.
A senior U.S. official has cast doubt over whether U.S. athletes will able to compete at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea amid heightened tensions with the North.
The world is moving on from cash. Globally, the number of non-cash transactions reached 433.1 billion in 2015, a record growth of 11.2%.
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Increased liquidity from institutional investors and more leverage are likely outcomes as bitcoin futures go live, explains Andrew Au, CEO of AGDelta.
Luis Maizel of LM Capital Management gives his views on bitcoin futures, which started trading on the CBOE Futures Exchange.
Frank Troise, MD of SoHo Capital, say the introduction of bitcoin futures might result in more transparency, but he's still not a believer.