The U.S. Justice Department is reportedly looking into whether traders used another cryptocurrency called tether to bid up bitcoin prices during its rally last year, Bloomberg News reported. » Read More
Fundstrat's Tom Lee told CNBC he remains bullish on bitcoin and bets on a recovery soon despite prices falling to more than one-year lows. » Read More
By: Kate Rooney
Bitcoin hit its lowest point since September 2017 is now down roughly 30 percent for the week. » Read More
Shares of payments company Square dropped as much as 10 percent Monday as the rest of tech stocks struggled to find footing.
The "Futures Now" traders Jeff Kilburg and Anthony Grisanti discuss bitcoin futures tanking with Jackie DeAngelis.
Bitcoin is now down more than 20 percent in the past week, falling to its lowest level in more than a year.
Cryptocurrency founders have been prosecuted for everything from non-compliant initial coin offerings to outright fraud in recent weeks.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee is taking his bitcoin price target down to $15,000 from $25,000.
The chipmaker reported disappointing earnings and forward guidance but its cryptocurrency outlook was especially bleak.
Bitcoin fell to its lowest in 2018 this week. Wayne Trench of OSL explains the "fairly unique market event" called forking that drove the price down.
Bitcoin had been coasting in recent months on fairly low volatility until "things exploded," says the cryptocurrency fund manager.
CNBC's Dom Chu reports that Bitcoin has hit its lowest point of the year.
Bitcoin fell more than 7 percent Wednesday after a relatively calm few months.
Mining for ethereum is no longer profitable, Susquehanna says.
J.P. Morgan named three public companies that are potential long-term winners in blockchain technology.
BlackRock won't be launching an ETF for bitcoin any time soon — at least not until cryptocurrencies become "legitimate."
Grayscale Investments has raised a record $330 million this year, mostly from institutional investors.
Less than two years after it had been trading under $1, Bitcoin surged to more than $100 in the spring of 2013. CNBC's panel discussed the risks and benefits of the cryptocurrency, its comparisons to gold, and whether or not the run up was a bubble.
Bitcoin sparked mania among retail investors last year, and, despite being founded to bypass them, it has caught the attention of some of the most powerful institutions on Wall Street.