Russia is known for its hardline stance against bitcoin, but one political party is looking to change all that.
Like a proverbial teenager, it appears that bitcoin has finally emerged from a “sin”-filled puberty.
UK Gambling Commission imposes new licensing condition forbidding advertising on file sharing sites, such as Kim Dotcom's new Megaupload.
Another opportunity for bitcoin use has emerged. Tavex Guld and Valuta is considered to be the largest gold and silver dealer in Sweden.
After much speculation—and in some cases, trepidation—halving is already here, and guess what? Everyone is still alive and so is bitcoin.
First it was the devaluating Chinese yuan. Then came Brexit. Now, experts are bracing for another likely event to shake the world markets.
Puerto Rico has defaulted on its debt. This event creates opportunities for digital currencies such as bitcoin in the island.
Remember Shaun Bridges? the former Secret Service agent who pleaded guilty to stealing from the now-defunct online black market Silk Road.
Bitcoin is about to go legal in China. the Chinese government is planning on having a set of laws that will offer digital currencies.
Ernst and Young announced it has successfully sold all of the bitcoins, which are now worth around AU$22 million (US$16M) by current value.