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For now the tricks are still secret, but there's no secret on how to join the party.
Some bitcoin services are more likely to comply with authority than your wish for privacy.
To be clear, anyone who claims to know the direction of bitcoin tomorrow should be taken with a grain of salt.
The founder of Bitcoin ATM wastes no time on a bitcoin-paved information superhighway.
In light of all the buzz surrounding the first widely used digital currency, it's a good time to talk some bitcoin basics.
Engineering the Bitcoin Gold Rush: An Interview with Yifu Guo, Creator of the First Purpose-Built Miner
"It’s not about how much bitcoin is worth. The exchange rate is irrelevant. It’s about the concept."
There are bitcoin-savvy folks betting that paying 13 times the price of a machine will actually pay off.
What gives a shiny rock that has no real utility--outside of jewelry and limited industrial use--any kind of real world value?
European officials are proposing directly picking the pockets of their citizens by going straight for their banking deposits. Incidentally, it's also turning furious (and fearful) Europeans to cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin’s value has steadily climbed over the past few months with no signs of stopping as the currency has managed to avoid major security breaches and expand its digital ecosystem.
Until now, one of main flaws of bitcoin is that still relies on centralized exchanges.
This week's best and worst news, rated in binary.
French bitcoin exchange Paymium says it plans to regulate and institutionalize the crypto-currency with Bitcoin Central.
Last time we checked in on poor, old Eastman Kodak, the company looked like it was waiting to die.
Blame the financial crisis.
When all is said and done, Sandy could end up costing $50 billion, according to estimates by IHS Global Insight.
The attempted suicide of a prominent money manager in a small Iowa town is the latest of a string of financial scandals that have unfolded in the wake of the Great Recession. By the end of it, Russell Wasendor Sr., head of Peregrine Financial Group,
It is at once the ‘net’s most inspired invention or its most dangerous project ever depending on who you ask.Bitcoin might be nothing more than the latest Internet scam, a virtual ponzi scheme designed to enrich early adopters, while adding no real v…
The Frontline special on Wall Street had all the usual suspects: credit default swaps, “too big to fail,” Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein. But perhaps the most sobering is the persistence of a culture of greed, the worrying systemic problems that r…