Bitcoin's popularity grows year after year. By every criteria — financial value, adoption rates, transaction volume, you name it — Bitcoin is becoming popular. Fearing its capacity to upset the financial system, banks are trying to discredit Bitcoin and cryptourrency.
Bitcoin could continue to decline for an extended period of time due to the growing concern around the stability of global markets. Thus far, 80,000 Bitcoin millionaires have been wiped out in the great crypto crash of 2022.
Greenpeace has intensified the campaign against Bitcoin following Ethereum's merge. The movement features a petition asking Fidelity, BlackRock, and other companies to convert Bitcoin away from PoW.
The NFT developers stand to pocket $4.5 million if the collection sells out. It is unclear how much money Trump will make from the sales. Nevertheless, Trump makes a major announcement with $99 NFT trading cards.
Marshall Beard, the Chief Strategy Officer at the U.S.-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange Gemini, said that Bitcoin could test new highs this year and reach $100,000.
Senator Elizabeth Warren honored Satoshi Nakamoto with a flag over the Capitol as part of the Capitol Flag Program, recognizing the creation of the first 'truly inclusive financial system.
The Bitcoin-friendly president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, said that his country plans to build the world's first Bitcoin City at a Bitcoin investment summit on Saturday.
Bitcoin is unique in that it is far more decentralized than the majority of web services we employ today. But is Bitcoin immune to government regulation? Bitcoin was designed to be a highly secure and decentralized system, but it is vital to remember that its most fundamental components are people, who are inherently unreliable and unpredictable.
The SEC charged the two Indian brothers and their friend in the first ever crypto insider trading case worth $1.5 million in the USA and they were arrested for the crime.
IRS Criminal Investigations has seized $3.4 billion in bitcoin stolen from the Silk Road by a man named Zhong, who appears to have discovered a weakness in that dark-web market that in 2012 allowed him to somehow pull more coins out of accounts he made there than he had placed.