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It's taken just eight days in 2021 for bitcoin prices to surge more than 40%, and some analysts are starting to handicap the chances for a correction.
Crypto pros and newbies alike are asking why bitcoin prices keep hitting new all-time highs, and if prices are due to crash. Here's what the experts say.
It took just a few months for cryptocurrencies' market cap to double to $1 trillion. That compares with eight years for U.S. junk loans.
Bitcoin surges above $35K for first time with U.S. Democrats poised to take full control of government and 'Kimchi Premium' back in force.
With the acquisition CoinDesk said it’s positioned to be the leading source of crypto news, information and data for the rapidly growing sector.
Don't even think of using the term "DeFi winter," because DeFi might be hotter than last year's summer of DeFi.?
SkyBridge's bitcoin investment has already climbed to more than $300 million, mostly due to price appreciation in the past couple of months.
It's anybody's guess where cryptocurrency markets might end 2021, but so far all signs point to further gains.
COVID-19 ravaged the world's economies but prompted mainstream financial markets to start taking bitcoin seriously. A look back at the year in bitcoin.