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Federal Reserve Chair, Janet Yellen, comments on Bitcoin and the possibility of a digital dollar.
Fed appointee wants to ban cash - Bitcoin soaring makes sense.
San Francisco Federal Reserve President announced no plans to implement a central bank-produced digital currency, although studies are underway.
Fed spokesman says cryptocurrencies dangerous, suggests cooperation with banks.
Ben Bernanke, the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve, made his views against Bitcoin clear at a conference organized by Ripple in Toronto.
Philly Fed Chief Parker: Cryptocurrencies are less trustworthy than the Fed; investors will one day beg for regulation.
Craig Wright has joined a New York Federal Reserve official in saying there is “no reason” to hold Bitcoin “in an of itself.”
Former US Chairman of the Federal Reserve has been invited to be the keynote speaker at a Blockchain conference.
One Clear Message from Yellen’s Testimony: Buy Bitcoin
The US Federal Reserve has warned security compromises could cause problems for banks using digital currency.
On March 3, Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen announced the Fed is likely to increase interest rates this month. As a result, bitcoin price is also likely to i...
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen emphasized At the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco the importance of the Blockchain and hinted that the Fed is exploring th...
Banks and financial institutions including the Fed are doing exactly the opposite of what people needs to maintain financial security.
Federal Reserve described the potential of the distributed ledger technology (DLT) in the settlement of payments, assets and clearing.
Consumers want a repeal of the Durbin Amendment which cost them an estimated $4 billion annually as they use a debit card to make a purchase.
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