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Cryptocurrencies started off 2018 with a bang, but ended the year with a whimper. Nine experts predict what happens next.
The crypto craze started off 2018 with a bang, but 12 months later, bitcoin prices have sunk to below $4,000.
The world's first bitcoins were mined ten years ago this week. Since then the cryptocurrency has been on a wild ride, surviving massive price swings, hackings and intense global scrutiny.
Jalak Jobanputra of Future Perfect Ventures says 2018 was the year of regulation for cryptocurrencies, and where reality hit the market after a big run-up in prices in 2017.
Facebook is developing a way to use cryptocurrency to transfer money on WhatsApp messenger in India, Bloomberg reports.
Coinbase's CEO is joining the ranks of billionaires pledging to donate the majority of their wealth.
Two congressmen are introducing a bill that would exclude digital currencies from the decades-old definition of a security.
The last bitcoin was trading at the $4,000 level was on Dec. 4. The cryptocurrency has fallen almost 80 percent since its all-time high.
The former J.P. Morgan executive joined Digital Asset Holdings in 2015 and helped bring much-needed credibility to the industry.
The world's largest cryptocurrency rallied 10 percent Wednesday and was trading above $3,800.
This time last year, bitcoin was cruising to $20,000. Fast forward 12 months, and bitcoin is trading around $3,300 while other cryptocurrencies have reversed course, weighing heavily on investor confidence and the industry.
The world's largest cryptocurrency rallied as much as 11 percent to start the week, topping $3,400.
U.S. stock futures were both positive and negative. Ahead of Monday's open, the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq were also all in correction territory.
Stephen Pair, CEO of BitPay says a "very big" component of Bitcoin's price represents investors' speculation on future usage and adoption of the technology.
The best-known bitcoin bull on Wall Street is getting tired of forecasting short-term prices.