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Despite investors getting burned by bitcoin this year, companies are gearing up to solve the issue of custody.
Morgan Stanley is reportedly preparing to offer bitcoin swap trading for clients, joining other top banks in a sectorwide effort to explore digital currencies.
Karen Chen, CEO and chairman at Coinsuper, discusses how the cryptocurrency exchange stands out from the competition.
U.S. stocks are already in the throes of a rolling bear market and could be paralyzed for the next several years, Morgan Stanley's equity chief said Wednesday.
Ether, one of the best-performing cryptocurrencies during the boom last year, is nose-diving again Wednesday.
If you're eager to see what the bitcoin investing craze is all about, just remember this: Your money is not protected, and you will have to pay taxes.
Ether hit a new low for the year Tuesday, extending what's been a brutal nine months for the world's second largest cryptocurrency.
A federal judge in Brooklyn, New York refused to dismiss the case in which a man argued that two cryptocurrencies were beyond the reach of federal securities laws.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has cracked down on cryptocurrencies this year, but it's now going after the hedge funds that manage investments in them.
The CEO and chairman of Riot BlockChain has resigned in the wake of unrelated charges by the SEC against him for alleged fraud.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss aren't letting rejections from the SEC or the sharp downturn in the price of bitcoin this year stop them from launching a new cryptocurrency product.
New startups have business models built on blockchain technology, paying users with cryptocurrencies to participate.
Facebook is looking to bulk up its nascent blockchain group with an experienced head of business development.
The entire crypto market has lost roughly 65 percent as of Thursday but some coins have fared worse than others.
A top Goldman Sachs executive looked to clear the air Thursday about the bank's cryptocurrency ambitions after reports that it was abandoning plans to open a trading desk for cryptocurrencies.
Ether was the star athlete of 2017, way outperforming its predecessor bitcoin. But 2018 has been a different story.