In 2015, Aso addressed the use of Bitcoin and other virtual currencies for the purpose of funding terrorism and other crimes.
As the prominence of virtual currencies continues to grow, Nikkei... Read More
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Similar security weaknesses were exposed following the hack of Target’s TGT security and payments system in 2013. After that hack, consumers became aware of... Read More
The Bitcoin price has just broken the all-time high of $31.9099 that it set on June 9, 2011 on MtGox. After a persistent, one-and-a-half month rally from $13 to $28, followed by nearly two weeks of bu... Read More
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For the past seven months, application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) have been the central focus of Bitcoin mining development. Ever since Butterfly Labs became the first company to publicly an... Read More
The Bitcoin Foundation has released a new blog postoutlining the new election process. Here are some of the most important details:
It was an interesting experiment, but the Bitcoin Foundation’s ... Read More
DOJ Charges ICO Co-Founder With Securities Fraud
The Department of Justice has unveiled fraud charges against another co-founder of cryptocurrency startup Centra, a move that comes weeks after two other founders were arrested and charged.
Russia's Supreme Court Orders Review of Crypto Website Ban
The Supreme Court of Russia has directed a court in the city of St. Petersburg to consider an appeal against a blocked cryptocurrency information website.
According to Russian legal information sit
Quebec's Chief Scientist Denies Dismissing Crypto Concerns
Contrary to recent media reports, the Chief Scientist of Quebec has not downplayed concerns about the illicit use of cryptocurrencies, his office said.
On Thursday, several media organizations publ
Amazon Web Services launches 'blockchain templates'
Amazon.com wants to make it easier for developers to create projects based on the blockchain technology underlying bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The company's cloud computing division