• JPMorgan Jamie Dimon unimpressed Bitcoin
    Bitcoin,  Opinion,  Regulation

    Still a skeptic: JPMorgan Chase boss Jamie Dimon says ‘Bitcoin is not my cup of tea’

    The CEO also predicts there’s trouble brewing for the cryptocurrency if its market cap gets any bigger, warning the U.S. ‘can regulate whatever they want’

    Bitcoin’s tantalizing rise to $18,000—a 13% increase in the space of a week—still isn’t enough to impress JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon. However, that isn’t to say that Dimon is skeptical about digital assets or the power of blockchain technology.

  • Fidelity Digital Assets addresses Bitcoin’s critics
    Bitcoin,  Commentary,  Education

    Fidelity Digital Assets addresses Bitcoin’s critics

    With Bitcoin’s price soaring along with mainstream interest from hedge fund legends and PayPal alike, FDA Research Director Ria Bhutoria takes on six main criticisms of the first cryptocurrency

    In a Nov. 13 blog post, Bhutoria said that while the conversation is not new, the rapidly growing interest in the main cryptocurrency by mainstream investors and retail-focused payment processors alike, it’s time for an update.

  • Markets report bitcoin price
    Bitcoin,  Markets Report,  Opinion

    Markets Report: Bitcoin tests $13,000 as analyst pins hopes on record monthly close

    A weaker 24 hours for Bitcoin comes as the U.S. dollar currency index makes fresh gains and gold also weakens

    Bitcoin struggled to maintain $13,000 support on October 29 as a rejection at $14,000 sparked 24 hours of downward price pressure. Data from price tickers including CoinMarketCap showed BTC/USD in a less bullish position on Thursday, briefly dipping back into the $12,000 range overnight.

  • Opinion,  Politics

    CEO of ‘apolitical’ Coinbase shares blog post about voting for Kanye West

    Brian Armstrong is being accused of hypocrisy for his now-deleted tweet after announcing an apolitical policy that caused dozens of staffers to resign; Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin came to his defense

    In a move that will likely infuriate staffers further, Coinbase’s CEO Brian Armstrong has already violated the no politics policy that he was insistent on enforcing.

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