After a hawkish turn by the Fed Reserve took some steam out of cryptocurrencies at year-end while largely sparing other risk assets.
It all has to do with one concept: endemicity — a fancy epidemiological word that basically means COVID is becoming part of our everyday lives.
With 2021 just about in the rearview mirror, it’s a good time to reassess the notion that cryptocurrency is still a risk-on asset class.
Credit unions are looking for approval to hold digital assets like Bitcoin, after federal regulator clarified they can provide cryptocurrency.
The explosion of remote working, expanding crypto markets and tax havens have made the Caribbean island attractive to crypto investors.
Digital assets are “top contender” for “major correction” in 2022, nearly three-quarters institutions polled say they’re not appropriate investment.
Dan Morehead, CEO of Pantera Capital sounded alarm on what he called bubbles created by Fed Reserve’s efforts. Says digital assets should be bought.