News and Articles About Bitcoin
Taking a page out of Bitcoin's playbook, the banking giant is exploring innovative ways to transact across borders without a bank account.
Bitcoin entrepreneurs don't often openly discuss the gambles they're taking. In this telling clip, they do, revealing the risks that worry them.
Game-changing or not, the cryptocurrency is anything but a joke to a growing number of entrepreneurs.
Three leading industry experts share why they took the leap and why they think you should, too.
Digital currency exchange ShapeShift says it is taking a 'moral and ethical stand' against new regulations.
Do you know what Bitcoin is and why you should care about it? If you answered no, point made.
The digital currency offers lower transaction fees, a new customer base and easier online checkout. Are you in?
Bitcoin is often misunderstood because the technology functions as a kind of blank slate.
The mastermind behind the underground website is expected to appeal.
Over the past year, the Bitcoin narrative has already shifted significantly, according to the noted advocate and investor.
Bitwage bills itself as the world's first payroll startup to incorporate the cost- and time-saving benefits of Bitcoin.
BitGive, founded in 2013, partners with nonprofits in the public health and environmental sectors and solicits charitable donations from Bitcoin believers.
The groundbreaking license granted to cryptocurrency exchange itBit signifies a momentous stride forward in the race to legitimize the fledgling digital currency.
From May 25 to 28, the Virgin Group founder will co-host a forum about the future of Blockchain and Bitcoin.
Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that can be exchanged directly from peer to peer. Unlike modern fiat money, Bitcoin, which has often been called 'cash for the Internet,' is not printed like dollars or other fiat currency and it is not controlled, backed or distributed by any bank or central government authority. An estimated 11 million bitcoins are in circulation today, though only 21 million bitcoins can ever be created.
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