The price of Bitcoin is “more likely to be worth $100 than $100,000” with increased regulation and less criminal use, a Harvard economist told CNBC.
J.P. Morgan Chase has now referred to cryptocurrencies as a “risk” to its business that could cause it to lose market share, according to its annual SEC report.
Aging Berkshire Hathaway vice president Charlie Munger outdid CEO Warren Buffett in slamming Bitcoin this week.
Three major banking organizations, J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and Citigroup, have announced they are not allowing customers to buy cryptocurrency with ...
Bitcoin bears are having their say with a few getting more and more vocal as Bitcoin struggles to reach familiar heights
John Kerry and Jamie Dimon have given Cointelegraph exclusive insight into cryptocurrency opinion at the World Economic Forum 2018.
Cryptocurrency market should get ready for institutional investors, prepare for potentially large price increases.
With rumors circulating about bans in Korea, another bout of FUD has been birthed out of JP Morgan.
When Goldman Sachs talks, Wall Street and Washington listen. Now Goldman says Bitcoin is real money.
Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, says Blockchain tech is “real”, but cryptocurrency will eventually all be government-controlled.
Merrill Lynch concerned over Bitcoin’s “suitability and eligibility” in its ban for advisors
The massive CME Group opened Bitcoin futures trading today and prices stumbled slightly. Media jumps on the decline.
Alan Greenspan, former Fed chairman said that Bitcoin can be compared to “Continental currency,” the early form of money in the US.
Goldman Sachs has announced they will allow clients access to the new Bitcoin futures markets developed by CBOE and CME.
Coutts bank, whose clientele includes the Queen of England, is staying clear of Bitcoin.