Shaun Bridges, 33, appeared in federal court in San Francisco and
admitted to money laundering and obstruction of justice.
Bridges belonged to a Baltimore-based federal task force that i... Read More
This is Bitcoin’s nemo dat quod non habet problem, that being Latin for an old principle of English common law: “No one gives what he does not have.” If the drug lord didn’t legitimately own ... Read More
Apple’s involvement in the arrest of Vaulin shows its willingness to cooperate with the government on certain matters, particularly because Apple is a heavyweight in the music industry, even wh... Read More
Shalon, who used the aliases "Phillipe Mousset" and "Christopher Engeham," and Aaron, who went by "Mike Shields," allegedly wrote emails that Shalon allegedly disseminated through "their po... Read More
If a hacker hijacks your computer with malware and holds your data for ransom, it’s probably best to just pay up, at least that’s the latest... Read More
Bitcoin's New Scaling 'Agreement': The Reaction
A meeting of bitcoin startup executives and miners held this weekend has resulted in the publication of a new proposal for how the open-source project should be upgraded to support additional transact
Consensus 2017: Decentralized Exchange 0x Wins Proof-of-Work Startup Competition
0x (pronounced “zero-ex”) took the top prize today during the second annual Proof of Work pitch competition at CoinDesk’s Consensus 2017 conference in New York.
The startup is building a protocol t
Jeff Gundlach has a theory on why bitcoin is surging
Jeffrey Gundlachâ, CEO of DoubleLine Capital, said Tuesday there could be a connection between bitcoin prices and the decline in Chinese stocks. In a Tuesday afternoon tweet, Gundlach noted that
Billion Dollar Cryptocurrency Club Swells to Six Members
Bitcoin continues to set new record highs on a daily basis, and taking a host of altcoins along with it as investor demand for alternatives to equities remains strong.