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By: Eric C. Jansen, president and chief investment officer of Finivi
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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.
Coinbase just raised $300 million in its series E round, bringing its valuation to a whopping $8 billion.
The cryptocurrency known for its volatility has been uncharacteristically quiet this week as the broader markets went haywire.
The cryptocurrency space appeared to deviate from past behavior as it steadied relatively amid a market sell-off on Thursday.
Two of the largest cryptocurrency companies, Coinbase and Circle, announced a joint-venture known as the "CENTRE Consortium" on Tuesday.
Merger and acquisition activity for cryptocurrency companies has more than doubled in the past year amid a slump in prices, according to JMP Securities and data from PitchBook.
Coinbase has opened a new office in Dublin as part of a contingency plan to continue to have access to the European Union post-Brexit.
Fidelity Investments, which handles more than $7.2 trillion in client assets, announced a new and separate company called Fidelity Digital Asset Services on Monday.
The entire market capitalization for cryptocurrencies fell by $18 billion over the course of three days, according to CoinMarketCap.com.
Former White House economic advisor Gary Cohn will join blockchain start-up Spring Labs.
Nouriel Roubini, one of the few economists who predicted the 2008 financial crisis, warns U.S. senators of the pernicious side of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies Thursday.
Bitcoin, often called "digital gold" and billed as a safe haven asset, fell 6 percent amidst the stock market's biggest drop since February.
Coming to a financial transaction near you: blockchain, the underlying technology behind cryptocurrency. Joe Duran, founder and CEO of United Capital, shares his thoughts on the future of this digital ledger.
The firm's analysts identified nine companies that stand to benefit from eventual mainstream adoption of blockhcain, including Amazon, Microsoft and Oracle.
Blockchain is touted as a technology that will revolutionize finance. But slow transaction speeds and a lack of standardization threaten to thwart its growth.
The financial services company is experimenting with blockchain, artificial intelligence and virtual reality and recruiting top talent from Silicon Valley.