The price of Bitcoin (BTC/USD) today is $3,932.05 USD with a total market cap of $69,244,088,609.
Bitcoin has now survived for 10 years without a single fraudulent transaction being validated on its blockchain. The legitimacy and value of Bitcoin is now - at least for those who care to understand it - beyond doubt. What now for the next 10 years?
After a wild year of price rises and falls, what fundamental changes can we expect from the cryptocurrency ecosystem in 2019?
USDC will be the first stablecoin to comply with US money transmission laws and its ERC20 specification will make it compatible with Ethereum smart contracts. This is the first of its kind, and quite frankly, it's a big deal.
Ethereum is facing a new narrative of pessimism. What is currently happening on the blockchain that may warrant a price that goes above and beyond $1,000?
Ethereum's recent decision to drop the block reward (coin supply inflation) from 3 Ether to 2 Ether, and Cboe's announcement of an Ethereum futures market has done nothing to sway investor sentiment.