Bitcoin may be the top cryptocurrency by notional value, but other types of cryptocurrencies are gaining traction among users and investors. Here's a rundown.
What is fintech? It is short for financial technology, and the future of fintech could mean massive changes in banking, investing, and everyday transactions.
How do you go about buying Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency? What should someone know before buying or selling a digital currency?
Some financial professionals suggest including alternative investments—those that fall outside the world of stocks, bonds, and cash—as part of a diversified portfolio. Should investors consider cryptocurrencies as part of the alternatives choice set?
Bitcoin’s rally, along with growth in bitcoin futures and other crypto-linked investment vehicles, reflects expanding acceptance of digital currencies.
Interest in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies hit a high in early 2018, then fell, then spiked again in 2020 and early 2021. Is the crypto market maturing for bitcoin in 2021?
The bitcoin code dictates that the supply of new tokens entering the market should fall by half roughly every four years. Here’s what cryptocurrency investors should consider.
On Oct. 3, 2018, TD Ameritrade announced a strategic investment in ErisX, a regulated derivatives exchange and clearing organization that will list cryptocurrency spot and futures contracts on a single platform.
How are cryptocurrency transactions taxed? How are the IRS and other taxing authorities planning to address Bitcoin taxes?
Understanding the basics of bitcoin and cryptocurrency can be tough. This is a brief bitcoin and cryptocurrency 101, and learn about investing in them.
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