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Facecoin: Will Facebook’s cryptocurrency deliver?

We know little about Facebook’s upcoming cryptocurrency, and what we do know makes Alistair Milne sceptical

Why did the price of bitcoin suddenly skyrocket?

Ethereum, litecoin, ripple and other cryptocurrencies are experiencing a dramatic rise in value

Cryptocurrency market suddenly gains billions

The latest price rise comes after months of stagnation for crypto markets 

This is what will happen when cryptocurrencies become worthless

One of two things is happening. We may be seeing a re-pricing of this asset class, or we may be catching an early signal that it will completely disappear: that cryptocurrencies are worth nothing at all, zero, zilch

Bitcoin price just hit new 2018 low as analysts predict reversal

'Personally I consider $250k-$500k/BTC plausible in the years ahead,' one noted analyst says

Messaging app Line to launch its own cryptocurrency to rival bitcoin

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Bitcoin is on its way to becoming a mainstream currency, study suggest

One in five university students own bitcoin or another cryptocurrency, while even more are interested in it