London is hosting a two day-long bitcoin conference that brings together British and international start-ups, investors, and entrepreneurs.
A 27-old bitcoin enthusiast from Luxembourg decides to spend a year travelling.
The online payment processor speaks out about the recent hack.
Brothers Winklevoss have introduced Gemini, a New York-based bitcoin exchange aiming to promote the spread of virtual currencies in the US. The new platform is intended to be fully compliant to Benjamin Lawsky's BitLicense regulation and linked exclusively with American regulated banks.
On Friday afternoon, a seminar dedicated to virtual currencies will be held at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
26-year-old Brian Farrell might have been one of the people behind the notorious black market website.
Ingenico, a large French-based global payment processor, has announced that its app now integrates with Ingenico’s TELIUM TETRA payment terminals. The new partnership allows European retailers to accept payments in bitcoins and immediately convert them into euros.
U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff sentenced Bitcoin enterpreneur Robert Faiella to four years in prison and forfeiture of $950,000. Faiella pleaded guilty in September in the case brought against him together with Charlie Shrem.
Gene Sperling, a well-known economist, becomes part of the leadership of Ripple Labs.
Thanks to Bitspark, Indonesian guest workers in Hong Kong can easily and cheaply send money home in bitcoin. To use the service, they don’t even need to know what bitcoin is.
A Redditor shared his traumatic experience of transferring funds from the U.S. to Russia and asked other users for their advice. He claims that his attempts to use CoinBase, Circle, and Bitstamp were unsuccessful.
Lighthouse, a bitcoin startup founded in the spring of 2014, has released a beta version of its service.