Analysts say the bull run for bitcoin is beginning
The investing app’s crypto trading revenue had dropped by 55% in the third quarter, but its volumes rebounded in November
The staking project built on Solana released its JTO token at 11 am ET Thursday. 45 minutes later, 30% of the tokens had been claimed
Call it mean reversion, a boost from JPMorgan or simply catching up. Whatever the case, Avalanche is a market favorite right now
The company has sold shares from various funds, as well as roughly $9 million in GBTC
Public mining companies have committed about $750 million to buy machines in the last couple months, BlocksBridge Consulting data shows
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