Gains quickly fizzle, then the coin rallies again, climbing 4.7 percent to $10,357 as of 10:11am in New York.
8 May 2020 GMT+3
US-China trade talks, corporate earnings give shares a boost despite expectations of more bad US employment data.
6 May 2020 GMT+3
Bitcoin halvings, which slow down the rate at which new tokens are created, happen once every four years or so.
16 March 2020 GMT+3
Bitcoin loses ground for fourth straight day, falling as much as 18 percent on Monday.
12 March 2020 GMT+3
The world's most valuable cryptocurrency is being sold off along with most other asset classes amid market turmoil.
4 March 2020 GMT+3
Libra's journey is one of hubris, wary legislators, protective regulators and partners fearful of the risks involved.
25 February 2020 GMT+3
More Lebanese are embracing the notoriously volatile cryptocurrency as the country's economy founders.
11 February 2020 GMT+3
Grayscale says 'real growing' effort is under way to move activity away from China, which dominates digital coin mining.
10 February 2020 GMT+3
The world's most popular cryptocurrency has also struggled after having crossed the $10,000 threshold previously.
30 December 2019 GMT+3
After block payment was cut in 2012, bitcoin prices surged 8,200 percent in a single year.
16 December 2019 GMT+3
QuadrigaCX shut down weeks after its CEO died, leaving 76,000 users out of $163m in cash and cryptocurrencies.
30 November 2019 GMT+3
Virgil Griffith has been arrested in Los Angeles and is alleged to have conspired to evade US-imposed sanctions.
27 November 2019 GMT+3
The platform - Digital Vault - will give investors real-time access to records of securities bought on private markets.
22 November 2019 GMT+3
For the first time since April, bitcoin fell below its 200-day moving average without bouncing back.
21 November 2019 GMT+3
Defendant claims he was unaware Bulgaria-based OneCoin was a fraudulent operation.
12 November 2019 GMT+3
China wants to be first country to launch a digitised domestic currency as it tries to crack down on money laundering.
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