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From big moves to deep insights, everything you need to make sense of the crypto markets and beyond.
Bitcoin surges above $35K for first time with U.S. Democrats poised to take full control of government and 'Kimchi premium' back in force.
Don't even think of using the term "DeFi winter," because DeFi might be hotter than last year's summer of DeFi.?
It's anybody's guess where cryptocurrency markets might end 2021, but so far all signs point to further gains.
The SEC's suit against Ripple has triggered a steep sell-off in price for the payments token XRP. Meanwhile, prices for Chainlink's token have increased sevenfold this year, most among CoinDesk 20.
A lot of people said a lot of things, both good and bad, about bitcoin in 2020, as the 11-year-old cryptocurrency defied doubters with a tripling in price.?
At start of October, bitcoin analysts were bullish, but few would have guessed the cryptocurrency's price could double by the end of 2020.
This year's explosion in decentralized finance, or DeFi, highlighted just how much innovation was happening in digital-asset markets, beyond bitcoin.
As bitcoin prices push to new all-time highs, it's worth recalling May's "halving," which highlighted the cryptocurrency's potential inflation resistance.
Bitcoin has climbed as more big investors said it might serve as a hedge against inflation. On Wednesday prices crossed $20K for the first time.
Back in January, few analysts could foresee the investment theme that would ultimately cause bitcoin prices to triple over the course of 2020.
In 2020, bitcoin went from fringe investment to the talk of Wall Street, as the coronavirus-induced recession spurred recovery plans built around stimulus.
MassMutual's push into bitcoin shows increasing adoption – of the narrative the cryptocurrency can work as a hedge against central-bank money printing.