Cryptocurrencies continued their exceptional run on June 26. Bitcoin (BTC) rose 15% and reached $13,400—a 17-month high.
If you have purchased bitcoin currency, and it's now in your digital wallet, there will likely be a time that you'll want to conduct a transaction with it.
On June 18, US social media giant Facebook (FB) revealed the details of its upcoming cryptocurrency, Libra. The company has formed a financial services subsidiary called Calibra to allow people to transact using Libra. In simple terms, Calibra is Facebook’s new digital wallet.
After hanging out near the $10,000 level for a while and testing investors’ patience, Bitcoin (BTC-USD) has made headlines once again—but not in a good way.
Can a simple password reset be the solution to securing a complicated digital asset? Cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex thinks so.
Fake bitcoin investment ads put Facebook in trouble with Dutch billionaire and Big Brother reality show founder John de Mol.
A large number of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency videos on YouTube went missing, prompting many users to ask questions about what happened.
Last week, the US House of Representatives asked Facebook (FB) to stop developing its Libra cryptocurrency.
While Facebook set the middle of 2020 as the Libra Cryptocurrency's launch date, many people think that the deadline might be too aggressive.