Mainstream financial analysts might be fixated on Bitcoin's so-called «death cross» and what it might mean for the flagship cryptocurrency moving ahead, but Abra CEO Bill Barhydt considers that another rally is just around the corner.
The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta needs just three words to convey his opinion on investing in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies: «Do not do it!
For the first time in history, the Chinese government and its central bank, the People's Bank of China (PBoC), has opened its $27 trillion payment market to the world.
Square CEO Jack Dorsey, who is in London this week promoting the electronic obligations firm, told The Times that he considers Bitcoin could become the world's top currency within a decade — or maybe even sooner.
Dan Morehead, chief executive officer (CEO) and co-chief investment officer of struggling cryptocurrency hedge fund Pantera Capital, recently claimed that even if bitcoin fails like Pets.
Vasant Prabhu, CFO of card leader Visa, can't appear to come to terms with bitcoin.
The billionaire venture capitalist is doubling down on BTC, likening the electronic coin to gold's online equal. «I would be long bitcoin and impartial to skeptical of just about everything else at this stage with a couple of possible exceptions.
Steve Bannon has made comments putting him firmly behind cryptocurrencies. He made the statements during a talk in Zurich, Switzerland, speaking to cryptocurrencies as an anti-establishment tool to «take power back from the central banks».