- Published: Friday, 03 May 2019 15:42
- As bitcoin’s price edges up, secondhand mining equipment is becoming more profitable to run
With gold on the defensive and down roughly 6 percent since mid-February, bitcoin may continue to shine brightly in the near future.
The bitcoin price has increased from $5,341 to $5,587 on Coinbase, getting close to surpassing a 2019 high at $5,594.
According to a new survey commissioned by Blockchain Capital, 11% of American adults hold bitcoin.
Japanese startup Nayuta is releasing an in-progress lightning implementation with a compelling new focus: the internet of things (IoT).
Bitcoin permabull and Fundstrat Global co-founder, Tom Lee says the worst is over for bitcoin.
Imagine this: Alice is one of the “reckless” users testing a new, risky technology.
Supermarket kiosk chain Coinstar is expanding the footprint of its bitcoin-buying service to more than 2,000 locations in 19 different states.
As Bitcoin looks to eke out the highest daily close since 2018, crypto market sentiment is getting more and more bullish.