Blockchain investment company Pantera Capital has launched its third crypto fund with over $71 million already committed, according to public documents.
Bitcoin (BTC) prices fell below $6,000 for the first time since the end of June Tuesday, August 14, as the cryptocurrency community remains resilient.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon returned to his more critical comments about Bitcoin, calling the cryptocurrency a “scam” and saying he had “no interest” in it, reported Sunday, August 5.
News broke early morning that Bithumb, South Koreas biggest cryptocurrency exchange fell victim to a security breach, resulting in the loss of over 30 million USD worth of user funds.
Good news recently shined upon Square, as the payment provider obtained a license from the state of New York, greenlighting it for cryptocurrency support.
The tech giant Apple has recently revised its AppStore policies concerning cryptocurrency applications offered within the platform marketplace. However, the new rules are a bit stricter.
The searches for the term “bitcoin” have incurred a 75% drop from the start of the year. This is according to the google trends research.