Barry Silbert News

Barry Silbert is the founder and CEO of Digital Currency Group, a venture capital firm that focuses on the cryptocurrency market and the blockchain technology industry. Barry Silbert started investing in Bitcoin startups in 2013 as a venture capitalist and provided funding for such companies as BitPay, Coinbase and Ripple. Barry is also the creator of Bitcoin Investment Trust, which is a private, open-ended trust, that enables investors to profit from the price jumps of Bitcoin without the having to worry about buying and storing Bitcoins. Prior to founding Digital Currency Group, Silbert established Secondmarket Holdings, Inc., and worked as its Chief Executive Officer. Barry is also famous for his publications about trading illiquid assets in such journals as The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Fortune and Forbes.

Barry Silbert, DGG founder and CEO, said that the recent bull market will only continue based on the past price dynamics of bitcoin.
CEO of Major American VC Firm Digital Currency Group: Crypto Winter Is Ending
Helen Partz
CEO and founder of Digital Currency Group and Grayscale Investments, Barry Silbert, said that he is “not a believer in the vast majority of digital tokens…”
Most Digital Tokens ‘Will Go to Zero’ Says Digital Currency Group CEO
Aaron Wood
ETFs keep knocking on the SEC’s door as the NYSE has now put forward a formal request for Bitcoin futures-tracking ETFs.
NYSE Files to Bring Bitcoin ETF Closer to Reality
Darryn Pollock
Bitcoin futures can officially start Dec. 18, US regulators have confirmed, causing widespread celebration.
‘It’s An Orgy!’ Industry Reacts To US Bitcoin Futures Go-Ahead
William Suberg
The SegWit2x stand-off continues as SurBTC reveals its position, going back on its NYA pledges.
Barry Silbert Agreement Loses Support As SurBTC Exchange Appeals to Bitcoin Core Devs
William Suberg
Rootstock has unofficially confirmed it will launch in December this year once SegWit2x has played out.
Rootstock CEO Confirms Launch ‘By December’ After SegWit2x Hard Fork
William Suberg
Cryptocurrency owes its present success to its multidisciplinary nature. Here’s who we have to thank.
Bitcoin Owes Success to Three Different Waves of Innovators
David Dinkins
The future of the hard fork looks increasingly shaky as F2pool signals it has stopped supporting SegWit2x.
Another Bitcoin New York Agreement Partner Cancels SegWit2x Support
William Suberg

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