cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency

Tharman warns public against risks of trading crypto as world warms to Bitcoin

Singapore once again warned the public about the risks of trading cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, a market that while relatively small in the city-state has surged in significance over the past year

Cryptocurrency

PM Lee's name and photo used to sell cryptocurrency without permission

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said he discovered that a blockchain platform used data from his Twitter profile without his permission or knowledge to sell its proprietary cryptocurrency.

Global review

Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies: The three waves

In only 10 years of existence, bitcoin has managed to reach a market capitalisation of US$1,000 billion ($1,342 billion).

Prices in a 'bubble', artist says after US$69 mil NFT sale to Singapore buyer - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Cryptocurrency

Prices in a 'bubble', artist says after US$69 mil NFT sale to Singapore buyer

NFT art is “absolutely” in a bubble, said the digital artist who this month sold a non-fungible token of his piece “Everydays: The First 5000 Days” for an eye-watering US$69.3 million ($93 million)

Bitcoin is 'digital gold', but less - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tong's Portfolio

Bitcoin is 'digital gold', but less

This article was written in response to a question by 21-year-old student Cherine, who wanted to know whether it was safe to invest in cryptocurrencies.

Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin climbs 5.7% to reach highest level in two weeks as institutional bets flows in

Bitcoin rallied to a two-week high as a risk-on sentiment returned following selloffs in more speculative corners of the financial market.

Cryptocurrency

Supply on world's most used blockchain to be reduced

Ethereum blockchain developers approved one of the biggest changes to the network since its inception in 2015, a shift that could spur even bigger gains in the price of its native cryptocurrency Et

Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin jumps above US$50,000, reaching highest levels in two weeks

Bitcoin rallied back above US$50,000 ($66,535.30), surpassing the key psychological level as bullish momentum returned after last week’s selloff.

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