Cryptocurrency (142)

Youtuber Retrofits 1989 Game Boy to (Slowly) Mine BTC

Youtuber Stacksmashing has converted a 1989 Nintendo Game Boy into a Bitcoin mining rig. So reports the


Microsoft’s Smith: Let Governments Handle Digital Money

Microsoft President Brad Smith said he believes governments are more suited to issue currencies and criticized fintechs for infringing on their space. So reports Yahoo! Finance.


ALICE Game Token Jumped 60,000% in Seconds

The ALICE cryptocurrency surged from $0.1 to $60 in less than a minute of being available on the Binance cryptocurrency exchange. So reports Yahoo! Finance.


Crypto Almost An 'Investable Asset Class': Morgan Stanley Report

Morgan Stanley researchers published a new report indicating cryptocurrencies are on the “threshold” of being an “investable asset class.” So reports the Coindesk.


JPMorgan Giving Clients New Opportunity to Gain Crypto Exposure

JPMorgan Chase is planning to launch a new product aimed at allowing investors to gain crypto exposure through a basket of 11 “Bitcoin proxy stocks.” So reports Yahoo! News.


As Square Adds BTC, It Now Represents 5% of Its Cash Equivalents

Square announced it added to its Bitcoin holdings and tacked on a $170 million worth. So reports Yahoo! Finance. With that purchase, the company now has 5% of its cash/cash equivalents stored in Bitcoin.


BTC is an 'Economic Sideshow’: JPM Strategists

JPMorgan strategists are calling Bitcoin an “economic sideshow” while positing the true post-COVID-19 narrative is the “rise in digital finance.” So reports Seeking Alpha.


Bill Gates Cool On Bitcoin, But Sees Value in Lowering Cost of Moving Money

Bill Gates has taken a “neutral” stance toward Bitcoin and said he doesn’t own any, but is not “short” on it either. So reports Yahoo! Finance.


Miami Mayor Considering Collecting Taxes, Paying Employees in BTC

Francis Suarez, Miami’s mayor, has thrown his support behind a plan to study the feasibility of allowing city-dwellers to pay fees and taxes in Bitcoin. So reports Fox Business.


Twitter CEO, Rap Legend Team Up to Launch Overseas Bitcoin Fund

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and rapper Jay Z are teaming up to create a Bitcoin development fund. So reports CNN.


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