Investors appeared reassured central banks won’t be pushing up interest rates any time soon and that leading economies’ pace of growth will continue
Crypto traders say Beijing’s closure orders have forced mine owners to dump their currency onto an oversensitive market depressing prices
Trading overshadowed by concerns over what Washington will do if its post-pandemic recovery heats up its economy a little too much
Tokyo stocks crept higher but business was light as traders looked to the next Fed announcement on how the US will deal with its post-pandemic boom
Authorities in the country's northwestern province of Qinghai – and a district in neighbouring Xinjiang – ordered cryptocurrency mining projects to close this week with Beijing intent on cleaning up the sector
Digital currency exchanges are exploring ways to set up in India – lured by rewards far outweighing the perceived risks,...
BCBS, set up by central bank governors in 1974 to enhance financial stability, said it aims to enhance the security...
Bitcoin’s star has fallen somewhat in recent weeks as the regulators turn their gaze on digicurrencies but its staying power will be really tested when central banks begin pushing their own cryptos
No obvious reason for the slide, but analysts pointed to the seizure of $2.3 million worth of cryptocurrency ransom paid...
Beijing’s regulators blocked a whole host of Weibo crypto accounts just a day after Elon Musk’s latest digicurrency tweet saw him warned by the Anonymous hacking collective