That's a big change in a market worth about $120 billion where bitcoin worth several billions dollars are created every year.
The crypto market, associated by many with the dark web, money laundering and the Wild West, is beginning to be discussed by financiers in the same breath as derivatives, hedging instruments and compliance.
Bitcoin burst to its highest level in almost five months on Tuesday, sending smaller cryptocurrencies up.
The world’s biggest cryptocurrency was last as $3,970.04 on the Bitstamp platform, after being mauled in a broad sell-off in cryptocurrencies over the last two weeks. It has lost more than 70 percent of its value this year.
Bitcoin slumped to a new 13-month low on Monday, with the biggest cryptocurrency touching $5173.23 on the Bitstamp platform BTC=BTSP.
S&P 500 futures ESc1 turned higher, rising 0.3 percent and pointing to possible gains on Wall Street after major U.S. indexes closed lower Tuesday.
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The range is formed by the 61.8 percent and the 50 percent projection levels of a downward wave C from $9,188.
growing number of internet companies are banning cryptocurrency advertising, fearing reputational damage if their users are duped or left penniless.
Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are failing as a form of money and have shown clear signs of being a financial bubble, but their technology could improve the financial system in future.
Is the Future of Cryptocurrencies Gold or Dust?’ was the theme of a breakout session held on day three of the sixth World Government Summit (WGS 2018) in Dubai.
Qatar’s Central Bank warned financial institutions including banks not to trade in bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin rallied from three-month lows below $6,000 in choppy trading on Tuesday.
Bitcoin slid another 13 percent to below $6,000 on Tuesday, bringing the world’s best-known cryptocurrency’s losses to more than half since the start of 2018.
rout in global equities deepened in Asia on Tuesday as inflation worries gripped financial markets.
Banks in Britain and the United States have banned the use of credit cards to buy Bitcoin and other "cryptocurrencies."
Bitcoin extended losses on Monday to slumped 10 percent on the day on back of concerns about a widening regulatory crackdown.
The slump in prices this week means the total market value of cryptocurrencies is down to $385 billion, less than half the high it reached in January.