Bitcoin in Brief Wednesday: Coinbase Goes After Big Money as Nomura Creates Komainu

The rush of big money into the cryptocurrency market is continuing at full pace and reshaping the global investment landscape. Two recent examples are Coinbase’s new institutional focus and Nomura’s new venture. These stories, and much more, are in today’s… Continue Reading

Nominee to New York Federal Reserve Claims That Crypto Isn’t Currency

The current president and chief executive officer of the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank, and the man expected to soon be the New York Federal Reserve Bank, John Williams, has rejected the suggestion that cryptocurrencies comprise currency. Also Read: Trading Sanctions… Continue Reading

PR: Bitcoin of America Opening New BTMs in 5 Major U.S. Cities

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or… Continue Reading

Bitcoin Classes Are All the Rage for University Students in Chicago

Hosting the CME, the Cboe and many investment funds, Chicago is an American and global financial trading powerhouse. As such it should come as no surprise that students in the region are clamoring to learn about a major part of… Continue Reading

Trader at Chicago Firm Stole Millions in BTC – Faces 20 Year Sentence

Late 2017 will long be remembered as the time when bitcoin went mainstream. Prices were mooning, and the general atmosphere was one of fear of missing out. That sentiment was especially true in trading circles, and more traditional outlets were… Continue Reading

Nasdaq-Issued Bitcoin Futures Contracts May Comprise “Investment” Rather Than “Tracking Stock”

Finance The chief executive officer of Nasdaq, Adena Friedman, has discussed the company’s position with regards to the potential bitcoin futures contracts it has previously expressed interest in offering. Although Mrs. Friedman was unable to affirm that… Continue Reading