CNBC, Released on 1/7/21 Chamath Palihapitiya says he sees bitcoin going to $200K down the road.
Demonstrators present at the U.S. Capitol during Wednesday’s raid are receiving suspensions and losing their jobs, according to various reports. At the time of this writing, a Pennsylvania teacher, Chicago real estate agent, Texas attorney, and more have either lost their jobs or have been suspended following the Wednesday riots. Teacher ‘temporarily relieved’ of duties
The U.K. and the EU are in the “last leg of negotiations” over a post-Brexit trade agreement, according to Britain’s foreign minister, with only a few weeks left to approve any potential deal. The U.K. stopped being a member of the EU in January, but it agreed to keep following European rules until the end
The dollar index, which tracks the greenback’s value against a basket of currencies, touched its lowest level in over two years. What’s going on: Investor sentiment soared this month — following Biden’s win and prospects of congressional gridlock, possible stimulus, and headway on coronavirus vaccines. Investors shifted into riskier assets — leaving the dollar to
Bitcoin is back. Again. Nearly three years after it went on a hair-bending rise and hit a peak of $19,783, the price of a single Bitcoin rose above that for the first time on Monday, according to the data and news provider CoinDesk. The cryptocurrency has soared since March, after sinking below $4,000 at the