Crypto Crash: How Bitcoin and Ethereum Prices Changed in June 2022

Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin BTCUSD, +3.47% and ETHUSD ether, +4.04% have exploded in popularity in recent years and are now traded by individual investors and large companies like Tesla TSLA, +0.10% and Citibank. The total market cap for all cryptocurrencies reached nearly $3 trillion during parts of 2021 and companies like Robinhood HOOD, -0.12%, Coinbase COIN, … Read more

Opinion: You can now use bitcoin to pay college tuition — but should you?

Coming soon? No, it’s already here: you can pay college tuition with bitcoin. Bentley University, a small business-focused private university outside Boston, now allows undergraduates to pay with bitcoin, BTCUSD, +0.38% Ethereum ETHUSD, +0.72% and USDTUSD stablecoin, -0.17%. The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania accepts cryptocurrencies for its six-week $3,800 Blockchain … Read more

Coachella for Capitalists: Why Bitcoin Topped the Berkshire Hathaway AGM Account

It’s been called the Woodstock of Capitalism, Coachella for Capitalists, and much worse too. What is certain is that Berkshire Hathaway’s annual general meeting is a must-event for market lovers. While our UK readers may have enjoyed the holiday, the long weekend saw a lot of inflammatory comments from Berkshire leaders Warren Buffett and Charlie … Read more

Bitcoin’s Largest Fund, Grayscale, Is Trading At A Bargain, But That’s Not Good News

The world’s largest bitcoin fund is trading at 73 cents on the dollar. This might seem like a bargain if you want cryptocurrency in your portfolio. But nothing is really free on Wall Street, including a reduced rate deal on bitcoin. With $26.2 billion in assets, Grayscale Bitcoin Trust owns more cryptocurrencies than any other … Read more