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2020 presidential candidate Yang is pro-Bitcoin – March 18

Current Bitcoin Price: $3982 (as of 8:00 AM PST) Over the weekend, the cryptocurrency market shot up a few percent. Since then, it’s remained relatively quiet.

Cboe exchange to stop Bitcoin futures – March 15

Current Bitcoin Price: $3932 (as of 12:00 AM PST) For a change, the cryptocurrency market is moving by more than a single percentage point. Today we’re

Tether updates reserve policy… again! – March 14

Current Bitcoin Price: $3883 (as of 10:00 AM PST) It’s another day of an unsure cryptocurrency market. The market average is reading positive 0.9% for the

60% of crypto users “afraid to make a payment” – March 13

Current Bitcoin Price: $3881 (as of 12:00 AM PST) The cryptocurrency market is churning sideways today, with less than a tenth of a percent in market-wide

SEC chairman: ETH is not a security – March 12

Current Bitcoin Price: $3886 (as of 10:00 AM PST) Overall, the cryptocurrency market is up an entire percent today. That’s not the impression you’d get looking

Leaked: 40-50 banks to use XLM – March 11

Current Bitcoin Price: $3873 (as of 9:00 AM PST) In total, the cryptocurrency market has fallen about one and a half percent today. Most cryptocurrencies are