TheStreet's Jordan French takes a deeper dive into the bearish assault on cryptocurrencies from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Citadel's Ken Griffin.
TheStreet's Jordan French visits South Korea for Blockchain Week. What do the country's unbridled markets and monopolistic corporate dynasties portend for the future of cryptocurrencies?
It's been a rough 2018 for bellwether cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Ether. But a recovery could be in store following greater certainty from regulators and possible good news abroad.
Facebook is now allowing cryptocurrency and blockchain companies to market themselves on its site, a reversal of its January 2018 decision to ban them. Will other platforms follow suit?
This year is shaping up as possibly the most volatile period for Bitcoin prices yet. Here's a look at the top reasons why.
Cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Ether are not securities, says the SEC -- a move that could impact their valuation. So why are prices stuck in bearish territory?
Top market makers ICE and Goldman Sachs are now getting into the cryptocurrency trading and futures space. But what's next and how does that impact your crypto investments?
Crypto investments are generally risky and 'a haven for bad actors' says a former CFTC commissioner. So how do spot a fraud?
While cryptocurrencies can be used to break through traditional payment barriers, one major problem remains -- price volatility. Stable coins, while imperfect and liable to fraud and manipulation, could be an answer.
Are cryptocurrencies a security that should be regulated by the SEC, or should they be considered a product subject to the Commodities Futures Trading Commission?
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