A bid to get the case thrown out due to the technical definition of money laundering is denied.
Bill signed by Governor repeals law prohibiting commerce in anything but US dollars.
Dish Network would be the largest company to accept the cryptocurrency.
Mining malware will rob your PC of GPU and CPU cycles to give someone virtual filthy lucre.
Beijing business magazine reports China’s PBOC on Bitcoin crackdown blitz.
Hackers made away with 896 Bitcoins in a massive theft at Flexcoin.
Thousands of machines worldwide have been found infected by a new botnet called “Pony” that is designed to steal virtual currencies.
Troubled exchange house disappears from the web and Bitcoin takes another nose dive.
In a sweet twist of irony, Bitcoin’s biggest exchange house imploded by repeating the sins of the banking system Bitcoin users try to opt-out of.
The home of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman beat out tech obsessed cities like Seattle or San Francisco for the first Bitcoin ATM in the U.S.
Bitcoin is suffering a major outage over the past week, as Mt. Gox, one of the first Bitcoin exchange services, has put a stop to withdrawals, citing ‘technical difficulties’.
Bitcoin has been gaining mainstream acceptance as a mode of payment for various institutions and now its latest success is in the realm of high-stakes casinos, both online and Vegas-based.
A proper tax regime for U.S Bitcoin users is up in the air as the IRS doesn’t know how to classify Bitcoin.
The CEO of BitInstant has been arrested for his alleged involvement in doing business with a scally-wag from the famed underground Silk Road drug website.
An anonymous bunch of Bitcoin enthusiasts are launching an extremely ambitious project that aims to create a decentralized Internet, in which all storing, routing and bandwidth are carried out by nodes running “bitcloud”.
With the gambling industry heavily regulated, how long will it take until the crypto-currency will be accepted as legal tender for chips and payouts?
Authorities in the US are planning to auction off the crypto-currency seized in the 2013 raid of Silk Road.
Bitcoin may be gaining wide acceptance as both a means of monetary exchange and investment however authorities in Canada have ruled that Bitcoin is not to be considered as legal tender.
Bitcoin is gaining popularity as an investment instrument and medium of monetary exchange, but what could be exciting for Bitcoin fans is the claim that the crypto-currency could soon be worth $100,000 per BTC.
The Sacramento Kings will become the first major sports franchise in the US to accept Bitcoin.