For the first time in history, digital currency bitcoin has crossed the $3,000 threshold on Sunday.
A new group of lawmakers is attempting to get answers from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on its tax requirements for digital currencies like bitcoin.
After months of debate, a bill that exempts traders of digital currencies like bitcoin from New Hampshire’s money transmission regulations is now a law.
As the price of bitcoin continues to soar to record highs, new investors are also beginning to take notice in the digital currency as a new possible asset.
Bitcoin’s steady stream of good news continues this week. Despite not having any real catalyst, the digital currency is advancing towards record territory.
Max Maverik of BitStarz.com explains why Bitcoin has the upper hand over fiat currency when it comes to online gambling.
Coinbase is reportedly on a mission to raise money as interest in digital currency skyrockets among investors.
BTC China, the last of the so-called Big 3 exchanges in China, has also resumed cryptocurrency withdrawals on its platform.
After months of delay, China’s largest bitcoin exchange by trade volume, OKCoin, has finally resumed withdrawals on its platform.
After correctly calling bitcoin’s $2,000 price this year, analyst Kay Van Petersen is looking long term for the cryptocurrency.