News and Articles About Bitcoin
Roger Ver began investing in bitcoins in 2011. Now, his investments are paying off.
With the value of Bitcoin at record highs, and the holiday season upon us, there's no better time for the cryptocurrency to prove its mainstream usefulness.
The virtual currency rose above $1,000 on Wednesday for the first time ever, marking a rise of over 7,600 percent so far this year.
A billionaire known for his visionary nature and zeal for adventure has just given Bitcoin a big endorsement.
At a bail hearing in a Manhattan courtroom on Thursday, a federal prosecutor revealed that Ross William Ulbricht allegedly ordered the murders of six people, and that more than 450,000 bitcoins of his personal fortune are still unaccounted for.
University of Nicosia in Cyprus announced today that it will accept the digital-only currency as legal tender for tuition and fees.
The owner of a Subway shop in Allentown, Pa., is now accepting the virtual currency as payment for sandwiches.
Bitcoin is everywhere these days, and so is the confusion. Here are three myths about the virtual currency you need to stop believing now.
The virtual currency skyrocketed above $600 on the Mt. Gox exchange as a Senate panel prepares to discuss Bitcoin regulation.
Plug and Play Tech Center is launching an accelerator program exclusively for Bitcoin startups, and it's making other investments in the Bitcoin space as well.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, who famously battled Mark Zuckerberg over Facebook's origins, are big investors in the digital currency and say it's worth 100 times its current value.
Why Twitter has staying power, a progressive pitch in NYC, play with your pet remotely via Petcube, putting the iPad Air through the ringer, why small businesses should love Bitcoin. This week's notable news and tantalizing tidbits for entrepreneurs.
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Users of Australian crowdfunding platform Pozible can raise money for their venture using the online-only currency.
During a six-month high in the value of Bitcoin, a venture-backed startup has released an iPhone app that lets you buy, sell and trade bitcoins from your mobile phone.
In a surprise email, the company announced it would be phasing out its service with digital currency businesses.
Investors who would like to make a mint off the Bitcoin market, but who can't be bothered to buy and store bitcoins themselves, may flock to SecondMarket.
In our special report, Bitcoin startup founders, angel investors and other insiders explain what the digital currency can do.
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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have the U.S. government in a tizzy. Here's our deep dive on what recent developments mean for digital currencies.
New York state financial regulators have issued subpoenas asking Bitcoin-related companies for information into whether safeguards are in place to prevent the virtual currency from being used in illegal activities such as money laundering.
A recent panel of angel investors, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs discussed why the cryptocurrency could be a transformative technology.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed its first fraud lawsuit involving the virtual currency.
Tech-darling Clinkle is opening up its waitlist to university students in the U.S.
Though controversial and full of risks, startups are hoping Bitcoin will help them reel in top talent.