Bitcoin hit a two-year high above $57 000 on Tuesday – and reached a record high in rand terms.
Bitcoin’s 22% year-to-date gain has helped to lift the market capitalisation of digital assets above $2-trillion.
Bitcoin hit the $50 000 level for the first time in more than two years – and may have further to run.
The US SEC is likely to allow ETFs to hold ethereum from May, Standard Chartered predicts.
The approval of the first spot-bitcoin ETFs in the US has boosted ether, the second most valuable cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin’s longest winning run since May lifted the token past $44 000.
Paycorp has launched a new app that allows users to withdraw cryptocurrency as cash at thousands of ATMs across the country.
Bitcoin has rallied to an almost 18-month high on speculation that a bitcoin ETF is imminent.
Ethereum, crypto’s most important commercial highway, risks becoming a victim of its own success.
One corner of crypto has shaken off a prolonged digital-asset slump to come within touching distance of an all-time high.