The Chinese Are In Love With Bitcoin And It's Driving The Digital Currency's Prices Into The Stratosphere
That now seems like a distant memory. Since reaching a low of $109 on the Mt. Gox exchange the day of Silk Road incident Oct. 2, prices have climbed nearly $100, reaching as much as $233. Prices haven't
By Timothy B. Lee Given that Bitcoin first broke into mainstream attention when Gawker explained how to use it to buy drugs, perhaps the surprise is that it took federal regulators this long to take action
Eleven-month-old startup Coinbase announced Tuesday the largest funding round to date for a Bitcoin startup, a $5 million investment led by Union Square Ventures. In an exclusive interview with The Wall
$75 million lawsuit could destroy bitcoin’s largest exchange—but might help the currency go mainstream
Coinlab, one of the best-funded bitcoin startups in the US, is suing Mt.Gox, the world’s largest exchange for bitcoin, for $75 million. According to estimates, that’s several times more than Mt. Gox’s
Today, Bitcoin is trading around $135. At its peak a few weeks ago, it reached $266. In January, it was trading at $15. For a big group of investors, though, Bitcoin seems to be anything but a bubble.