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Coinbase Closes Down Its Cryptocurrency Index Fund Product

The popular cryptocurrency exchange company Coinbase is saying "goodbye" to its crypto index fund product after only a few months. Aimed at institutional investors, the index fund was launched earlier this year and allowed for investments between $250,000 and $20 million. According to The Block the product is being shut down due...

Bitcoin Sees Stable September, Reaches 17-Month Volatility Low

For a currency known for its rapid price fluctuations, Bitcoin has managed to stay relatively stable in recent weeks. In fact the leading cryptocurrency saw volatility fall to a 17-month low with prices mostly staying between $6,200 and $6,800 over the past eight weeks. As a result some are suggesting that Bitcoin...

Compound Introduces Ethereum Money Market

Finding it difficult to see returns in the cryptocurrency market these days? One San Fransisco startup is offering a different way to put your crypto investments to works, launching money markets for Ethereum. As MarketWatch reports, Compound's new platform allows coinholders to earn interest by lending out their assets. In a...

Ripple Duels with Ethereum for Second Place Market Cap

Depending on what time you checked crypto prices over the past couple of days, you may have seen a new silver medal winner in terms of market capitalization. That's because Ripple and Ethereum have been trading off the spot with market caps just north of $22 billon. Of course, in either scenario,...

Yahoo Finance Adds Cryptocurrency Trading to iOS App

Yahoo Finance is jumping into the crypto market. After adding dozens of cryptocurrency quote pages last year, the company will now allow users to trade crypto via their iOS app. At launch, the four coins supported are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and (somewhat surprisingly) Dogecoin. The new ability is made possible thanks to...

Long Game Incentivizes Saving with Cryptocurrency Rewards

One of the many trends that have taken over the personal finance world in recent years has been the idea of gamification. For example, some finance gurus have extended various money challenges to their followers to help them achieve worthwhile financial goals in a less intimidating way. Then there's the...