The act of buying and selling is Bitcoin’s Achilles’ heel.
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Bitcoin is going through its Wild West period.
Cody Wilson, the man behind 3D-printed guns, aims to preserve Bitcoin's crypto-anarchist origins.
Nearly a month before Sheep Marketplace shut down, its alleged creator was doxed.
There's a bit rush on.
Anthony Gallippi is CEO of BitPay, the PayPal of the Bitcoin world.
Bitcoin is now worth over $1150, which means the enigmatic crypto-inventor who holds the world's largest hoard is now, essentially, a billionaire.
As Bitcoin booms, a host of other cryptocurrencies are rising in its shadow. Here's a guide to the biggest contenders.
The recent meteoric rise led a new bitcoin-based hedge fund to claim it's the "best performing fund in history."
Businesses are embracing bitcoinmania, but does it actually mean anything?
It’s not as far-fetched as it sounds.
And someone just made a $147 million Bitcoin transaction.
The day of unrepentant American materialism gets some new free market competition in the form of bitcoins.
The University of Nicosia just took the plunge. It was bound to happen.
The US might even love it.
The government's more concerned about keeping bitcoin business in the US than worried about its alter-ego as the currency of criminals.
The idea of encrypted assassination markets was first floated nearly 20 years ago. Now an actual Kickstarter for killing has gone live.
Intrepid publications are experimenting with bitcoin micropayments, hoping the digital coins can reimagine loathed paywalls.
Should bitcoins be worth $38,000?
Cornell University researchers claim to have discovered a potential new vulnerability, but users appear unconcerned.
Visual artist Curtis Wallen created Aaron Brown as an art project, and he has IDs and a social security number.
Here's what the charts have to say.
A new way to play whack-a-mole with media pirates.