Charles Schwab Corp. became the latest major financial services brand to join the cryptocurrency game with a Securities and Exchange Commission filing to launch an index-based crypto ETF. The filing for an exchange-traded fund, which is pending regulatory approval, was ...

The Bitcoin sell-off last week, which sent the cryptocurrency slipping below $40,000 for the first time since September, marked one of the worst starts of the year for the digital asset and tested investor confidence in the larger crypto universe. ...

To cryptocurrency true believers, Bitcoin is the ultimate store of value, the most solid hedge against the rampant inflation manufactured by reckless central banks and their money-printing. To skeptics, the crypto world as a whole is a mirage whose massive ...

The Securities and Exchange Commission has again delayed its decision on a proposal from NYDIG, a subsidiary of asset manager Stone Ridge Holdings Group, for a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund.   The SEC’s rejection or approval of the “NYDIG Bitcoin ETF” ...

Bitcoin slid below $50,000, a level some analysts view as key for assessing the largest cryptocurrency’s outlook heading into 2022. The token fell as much as 4.5% on Tuesday and was trading at about $49,300 as of 8:40 a.m. in ...

Regulators rejected a pair of proposals to offer physically-backed Bitcoin exchange-traded funds, handing crypto enthusiasts a proverbial bag of coal ahead of the Christmas holiday.  The Securities and Exchange Commission said on Wednesday that the proposals from Valkyrie Investments and ...

Cryptocurrencies were peerless conduits of greed and fear in 2021, alternately minting and wiping out fortunes as they swung wildly while adding some $1.5 trillion in overall market value along the way. Bitcoin, up more than 60% this year, absorbed ...

Bitcoin servicer NYDIG raised $1 billion in its latest funding round, highlighting Wall Street’s increasing interest in the crypto space. The firm, which counts some of the biggest Wall Street banks as its partners, was valued at more than $7 billion in ...

As investors patiently await the approval of a physical Bitcoin exchange-traded fund in the U.S., cryptocurrency providers are getting creative with new options for clients to directly invest in digital assets. A subsidiary of Canada’s largest digital asset manager, 3iQ ...

As the wealth management industry waits for the Securities and Exchange Commission to approve the first exchange-traded fund investing directly in cryptocurrency for U.S. investors, the industry is moving forward with a strategy that could reduce the need for a ...