Bitcoin, namecoin, worldcoin – the number of digital currencies is exploding. Dominic Frisby looks at ‘cryptocurrencies’ and asks if we’re at the start of a new dotcom-style hysteria.
Publicly, the feds are playing it cool towards bitcoin, says Bill Bonner. Privately, they must be sweating.
If you’d bought some bitcoins a few years ago, you could now be very rich. Dominic Frisby investigates how much longer the digital currency’s spectacular run can continue.
New allegations suggest that key benchmark rates have been manipulated in the foreign-exchange (FX) markets. Are traders gaming the system? Matthew Partridge reports.
The ECB means business in its efforts to inflate away the eurozone’s debts. That’s bad news for the single currency. John Stepek explains how you can profit.
The euro has been on a roll recently. But that must end. Matthew Partridge explains why, and how you can cash in.
America is losing its grip on its status as issuer of the world’s reserve currency.
Dominic Frisby has come up with a few trading ideas over the past few months. Here, he takes a look at how they’ve done – and what might come next.
It’s not hard to see why currency trading is so popular. But fail to take the proper precautions, and you could lose more than you bargained for.
Silk Road, a notorious marketplace for illegal activity, was closed down by the FBI recently. Does this mark the beginning of the end for cybercrime? Simon Wilson reports.
Bitcoin, the digital currency with no central bank or government to debase it, has been very successful. So should you buy in? Dominic Frisby investigates.