The price of Bitcoin may have been rejected at the $50,000 level, but investors, including SkyBridge Capital’s Anthony Scaramucci, say the price should go up soon.
The former White House communications director said money managers will be "benchmarked off of Bitcoin" in the future.
Elon Musk sparked another Dogecoin rally Wednesday after tweeting that he bought Dogecoin for his son.
Cathie Wood said Bitcoin is a bigger idea than Apple or Amazon.
Billionaire Mavs owner Mark Cuban said Dogecoin can be a tool for teaching supply and demand economics.
With Tesla investing in Bitcoin, Galaxy Digital CEO said it's possible for Bitcoin to soon reach six digits.
The price of Bitcoin climbed to a new all-time high after one of the world's most valuable companies made Bitcoin part of its treasury reserves.
Following Elon Musk’s example, Ricardo Salinas Pliego has modified his Twitter bio to simply say "#Bitcoin."
The billionaire has tweeted about the meme cryptocurrency multiple times since Jan. 29.
The second-largest cryptocurrency has reached a new all-time high. However, the future could be a period of more consolidation, at least in the short term.
Scott Minerd is back to praising Bitcoin after spending the entire month of January saying it may return to $20,000.
Eric Peters, chief executive officer of One River Asset Management, said Bitcoin has unique technological properties and other qualities similar to gold.
The fundamentals of Bitcoin, including increased demand and increased number of large holders, suggest the rally back to $40,000 will happen soon.
The Bitcoin community on Reddit has reached a new milestone as more and more retail investors became interested after the GameStop stock push.
The joke cryptocurrency is not going anywhere as traders gather to keep pushing the price up.
Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk has changed his Twitter bio to just one word: Bitcoin.
Dogecoin was trading at just $0.007 prior to the pump.
Hedge fund manager Anthony Scaramucci said a decentralized crowd of day traders beating Wall Street suggests Bitcoin is going to work.
The short-term forecast for Bitcoin might be bearish, but the long-term forecast is still incredibly bullish for the cryptocurrency.
Increasing fees and activity on decentralized finance continue to be growth factors for Ethereum.