The bitcoin boom is back. This week, the digital currency leapt to record heights, peaking at nearly $2,800 before tumbling back down to around $2,400—by far the most dramatic run in its history.
French bank BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA) on Wednesday agreed to pay $350 million to New York’s banking regulator for allowing more than a dozen traders and salespeople in New York and other key trading hubs to manipulate foreign exchange prices.
The world’s most popular cryptocurrency is now worth over $2,000 per coin. That’s according to a range of bitcoin exchanges, including Coinbase and Kraken.
China has made a big show of gradually loosening its grip on the value of its currency, an effort meant to mollify critics like
Why are hackers using Bitcoin?
The digital currency Bitcoin has emerged as a favorite tool for hackers demanding a ransom for a simple reason: You can start accepting
Monday marks the seven-year anniversary of Bitcoin Pizza Day – the moment a programmer named Laszlo Hanyecz spent 10,000 bitcoin on two Papa John's pizzas.
Three years of euro-bashing may be finally coming to an end. For the first time since mid-2014, the balance of traders think the euro will rise in value, instead of fall.
Even after a rally that’s made the manat the world’s best performer since the start of February, Azerbaijan’s Main Street isn’t convinced.
The latest inflation rate is the highest since June 2013, and above the Bank of England's 2% target.