Goldman's small world; Bitcoin’s woes go beyond price


The bank may extend advisory service to clients with as little as $5,000 to invest; trading of the cryptocurrency has plunged.


Schwab, TD Ameritrade deal announced; Fannie, Freddie guarantees debated


The $26 billion all-stock deal has the OK of the boards from both companies; the administration says it will move on privatization without federal backing.


Ripple's XRP used in $400M of crimes, a crypto-tracking firm says


Yet that figure is relatively low compared with other digital assets such as bitcoin, according to the fintech Elliptic.


Stablecoins like Facebook's Libra may pose systemic risks, Fed says


Global stablecoins could hurt financial stability if they are improperly designed and unregulated, according to a Fed report.


U.S. payments system could use an ally like Libra


China dominates the business. Facebook's proposed cryptocurrency could help alter the balance of power.


Let’s clear the air on bitcoin and blockchain


It’s been a bumpy decade for crypto and blockchain, but both are here to stay.


‘Wall Street’s ledger systems don’t keep honest track of who owns what’


Caitlin Long, member of the Wyoming Blockchain Task Force, explains why the state has enacted 13 blockchain laws and what they mean for fintechs and banks.


Regulators want Sewing to give up a title; Changes to JPM balance sheet


The ECB and BaFin say dual roles “could undermine” bank's restructuring efforts; JPM shifts cash into long-term bonds because of capital rules.


Bitcoin surges on China talk; Mortgage market gets boost


President Xi wants faster research on blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies; low rates bring best home loan quarter in 14 years.


'I don't think we can ignore digital currency'


Banks shouldn't let the legal and regulatory hurdles deter them, attorney Felix Shipkevich says.