Officials in Russia has been actively opposing the use of bitcoin and other digital currencies in the country.
To tax or not to tax, that is the question that Japanese lawmakers are mulling over.
Regulators in Japan have a new proposal: to treat digital currencies as methods of payment, or like the Japanese currency.
A U.S. district judge considering bitcoins are “intangible properties,” at least for the purposes of a bankruptcy case in California.
Bringing bitcoin exchanges’ anonymous trading practices to the public could be the key to tracking down terror groups’ funding.
A former Secret Service agent who has once pleaded guilty to stealing from the now-defunct Silk Road website.
The European Union doesn’t see any need to regulate the “hyped” virtual currencies. At least, not yet.
One of Bitcoin’s long-time supporters and developers is walking away from the digital currency. His reason: Bitcoin experiment has failed.
Ziv said new authentication technologies will reduce the risk of fraud, but the industry will still have to increase user acceptance.
In a press release, the group and makers of the widely used btcsuite announced they are building Decred, an alternative digital currency.