In light of Bitcoin’s recent price rally, mainstream media has started to cover the industry again, but remain unconvinced it’s a true store of value.
The number of millionaires wanting to buy cryptocurrencies is on the rise, with a new survey indicating that 73% want to own digital assets before the end of 2022.
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio asked for and received a heaping dose of “radical candor” Tuesday.
In an otherwise extremely bullish week, famed investor Ray Dalio reiterated his skepticism of bitcoin and digital assets.
The founder of the world’s largest hedge fund said he sees three main problems with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
A key on-chain metric has witnessed solid growth over the past 12 months, possibly indicating steady accumulation of bitcoins by retail traders.