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Crypto crackdown? That's a lot of hype, too

01/19/18

Fears about regulators coming down on digital currency trading caused an epic crash in the market this week. But reining in this evolving asset class won't be easy.

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Crypto-asset market will hit $10 trillion, analyst predicts

01/03/18

The stratospheric rise of bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP and other cryptocurrencies in recent months may be only the beginning.

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Goldman Sachs plans to trade cryptocurrencies by June 2018

12/21/17

The famed investment bank is set to become the first major Wall Street bank to make markets in digital currencies such as bitcoin.

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Ripple adds Morgan Stanley veteran to board of directors

12/19/17

The blockchain startup continues to pack its board with mainstream finance experts.

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Some bitcoin investors can’t resist the urge to splurge

12/15/17

With Wall Street on board, investors look to spend coins on real estate or through bitcoin debit cards.

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Vanguard leapfrogs cautious banks, unveils blockchain network plan

12/12/17

Rather than forming a consortium of peers to investigate blockchain technology, as many banks have done, one of the world's largest asset managers is acting on its own.

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Is it time for bankers to rethink bitcoin?

11/30/17

Dizzying trading in bitcoin fed the bubble argument, but now that Nasdaq is the third Wall Street player to say it is designing a financial instrument around it, banks may be forced to reassess cryptocurrencies.

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Bitcoin mania mounts as bankers worry

11/29/17

It’s been month after month of record-breaking, confounding growth for the cryptocurrency, accompanied by regular warnings from banks about bubble speculation.

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World’s biggest bitcoin exchange launches in U.S. as currency nears $10K

11/28/17

Japan’s bitFlyer is expanding to the American market, even as U.S. banks remain wary of cryptocurrencies.

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Ripple adds former NYDFS head to board of directors

11/21/17

The digital-currency startup, which markets software to banks, appears keen to signal that it wants to play by the rules.

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