Bitcoin appears to now be trading alongside stocks, with anemic price action on Friday following a sell-off this week.
Bitcoin is up almost 100% since the start of the year but there are a number of bearish signals that suggest momentum is starting to drop off.
"The best reason to focus on bitcoin’s rise is what it tells us about the risks that may be bubbling up amid the Federal Reserve’s commitment to zero interest rates,"...
One analyst said the ETF could reach $1 billion in assets under management by the end of next week.
The fund has experienced a flurry of demand where trade volumes hit well above the country's typical day one ETF threshold.
Bitcoin ETFs allow investors to gain exposure to the leading cryptocurrency without having to actually own it.
Those who compare Bitcoin to the great bubbles of the past need to check the historical books. This moment is very different.
Cryptocurrency analysts explain what comes next for the bitcoin market after prices rose this week above $50,000 for the first time.
Bitcoin's dizzying bull run continues, with prices hitting a new high over $51,000 – despite an uptick in U.S. government bond yields.
The firm called the leading cryptocurrency "the start of a new age on the digital currency front."