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?
The partnership could help allay investors' concerns about trading integrity, but other issues remain.
A crucial difference between Bitcoin and almost every other cryptocurrency could keep Bitcoin from being regulated by the SEC as a security.
The exchange's head of blockchain product management Johan Toll said that far from fearing blockchain, Nasdaq is actively embracing the technology.
Bulls say blockchain will reach the masses, while bears say it's over-extended puffery. Who's right?
A basket of cryptocurrencies could be an effective hedge against reserve currency weakness over the long term.
The SEC is starting to ramp up its oversight of cryptocurrencies.
A host of developments from U.S. dollar strength to ICO marketing bans are continuing to weigh on the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
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