The cryptocurrency markets were once again above $80bn on Tuesday after spending much of the weekend in the red.
The cryptocurrency markets saw notable gains today after a weekend in which prices dropped broadly across the asset class.
Cryptocurrency markets continued to see big declines on Sunday as a broad sell-off impacted the asset class.
The price of ethereum’s native ether token was down nearly 20% today, hitting lows not observed since late May.
A new fund aims to give wealthier Latin American investors additional exposure to the burgeoning cryptocurrency asset class.
Investment strategist Matt Prusak outlines why he predicts a massive correction for ether and the other tokens built on ethereum.
After weeks of growth, it seems ether’s much-hyped ‘Flippening’ – overtaking bitcoin as the most valuable cryptocurrency – is on hold.
Cryptocurrencies suffered widespread losses today, as traders took profits and rebalanced their portfolios.
Ether’s price plunged to $13 on GDAX amid signs the Ethereum network is struggling with growing usage.
Hours after traders reported taking steps to prepare for a correction, the global cryptocurrency market began to see declines Thursday.