Long-term Bitcoin holders bought more than $400 million worth of the crypto over the past week, a sign of optimism despite stagnating price action.
Two major holders of the "memecoin" Shiba Inu have transferred large amounts of the token to crypto exchanges—a typical precursor to selling.
The largest digital currency rebounds after taking a hit over the weekend following U.S. inflation data.
A fight over Grayscale Bitcoin Trust is heading to court as investors and hedge funds jockey over the fate of the world’s largest crypto fund.
The Federal Reserve's preferred measure of inflation, due for release Friday, has the potential to spook cryptos just as much as stocks.
Some in the digital-asset industry have claimed the federal government is making it harder to find banks willing to do business with them.
The new indictment further outlines an alleged scheme led by Sam Bankman-Fried to buy political influence in Washington.
Cryptos have bucked their correlation to the stock market—but only somewhat. Macro forces and major stock moves remain influential.
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