• Prime domain names are always really expensive. Blockchain however had the asset to lease something really special. Blockchain has got the lease for bitcoin.com for the next 5 years. The price has not been disclosed yet but we don`t have a doubt that it cost a real fortune to them. The smart early adaptors bought the best bitcoin related domain back in 2009 and parked it until now. It was a great move as the

    Blockchain gets bitcoin.com domain

    | 2014/04/18 12:47 pm
  • A user don4of4 posted a warning  message to other  LocalBitcoins.com users that others have been reporting news of stolen bitcoin from their wallets on the website. The user claims that he didn’t believe it first, but when he saw that his 5 Bitcoin were transferred from his account without his permission or order considering, he had a 30 character random password and Google Authenticator set up, he realized something was definitely not right. Don4of4 writes he changed his

    LocalBitcoins users report stolen Bitcoin from their account

    | 2014/04/18 8:20 am
  • Brawker, a proxy buying platform, recently launched with a trendy post that made it to the top of the Bitcoin subreddit. For the first time bitcoin users have the chance to buy anything on the web with their bitcoins. Brawker helps bitcoin users by letting them spend their bitcoins on virtually anything, giving them an 8% discount and making bitcoin more widely used. On the other end, Brawker also allows people to buy bitcoins with a credit card or

    Brawker.com review

    | 2014/04/13 10:36 am
  • The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, currently moving towards regulatory approval, could be approved by the end of 2014 and will be a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF), with each share representing an amount of bitcoin held by the Trust. Currently, such an investment vehicle is only available to wealthy investors, through funds like the Bitcoin Investment Trust.  The Winklevoss ETF will allow people with a brokerage account to invest in Bitcoin without having to worry about the challenges of buying, storing, and

    Why The Winklevoss Twins’ New Bitcoin ETF Matters

    | 2014/04/12 3:00 pm
  • As you may have noticed, CoinMkt was down for a brief period of four hours, this morning, April 8, 2014. The reason for the downtime was the discovery of a vulnerability affecting the latest version of OpenSSL referred to as Heartbleed. You can read more about Heartbleedhere. The vulnerability was patched quickly, but to be safe please change your password if you have traded in the past 24 hours. We’d like to remind everyone that

    CoinMkt was down for a few hours…. Here is their release about it.

    | 2014/04/09 11:26 am
  • April 7, 2014 – Atlanta, GA – BitPay, the world leader in business solutions for the Bitcoin digital currency, today announced a partnership with New West Technologies, Inc. and NitroSell, with the release of an e-commerce and point-of-sale solution. The partnership between the companies brings a new and streamlined solution for e-commerce retailers looking to accept Bitcoin payments from anywhere in the world, with low risk of fraud and zero chargebacks. With Bitcoin, retailers can expand their payment options

    New West Technologies and BitPay Partner with NitroSell for Bitcoin E-Commerce

    | 2014/04/08 6:11 pm
  • WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 25, 2014) — The Bitcoin Foundation is pleased to announce that Patrick M. Byrne, CEO and Chairman of Overstock.com, will be the keynote speaker at Bitcoin 2014 taking place 15-17 May at the Passenger Terminal Amsterdam. Byrne began to express interest in Bitcoin publicly last December, shortly after U.S. Senate hearings on digital currencies. Since then, Byrne has emerged as a Bitcoin advocate who led Overstock.com’s ground-breaking move to be the first

    Patrick Byrne, CEO & Chairman of Overstock.com, to Keynote Bitcoin 2014

    | 2014/03/26 3:09 pm
  • The recent hacking and defacing of the blog and Twitter account of Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles, and the leaking of a 716 Mb archive file that allegedly contained trade data, database dumps, personal information about Karpeles, and an app for remotely accessing Mt. Gox data, has apparently been a clever ruse to make users download Bitcoin-stealing malware. According to Kaspersky Lab expert Sergey Lozhkin, the file does contain (publicly available) data related to Mt.

    Mt. Gox CEO doxing was a ploy to spread Bitcoin-stealing malware

    | 2014/03/24 12:30 pm
  • Today we received an email including this, we are trying to help so here is a story – try to help them! Last night my MtGox account was hacked, and the robber withdrawed 6 BTC and boght 4 more for from my 3600 USD then withdraw it again. With two factor authentication and a phone in my pocket. Strange right? As soon as I saw the email – right after the transaction – I replied

    MtGox transferring BTC to a Robber? Yes, they knew it.

    | 2014/01/30 4:00 pm
  • Some enterprising minds and one of the world’s biggest insurance markets is opening a pretty futuristic bank vault in London. But it’s not futuristic for having fancy locks or laser trip wires. It’s futuristic because of what’s inside: Bitcoin. The idea of a bitcoin bank vault seems a little silly at first. Bitcoin is a virtual currency, so why would you need a vault? Well, the new company, Elliptic Vault, is actually billing this new

    There’s a “Deep Cold Storage” Vault for Bitcoin

    | 2014/01/14 12:32 pm
  • California Cantina in Santiago will become the first restaurant in Chile, and the first nightclub in all of Latin America, to accept bitcoins, according to their director of press and public relations, Sonia Galleguillos. Officially launching on January 8, the restaurant will be a bitcoin “pioneer” for Latin America, said Galleguillos. She adds that the club has received significant interest on social media regarding the restaurant’s decision to accept the digital currency, in addition to

    Chilean Nightclub to Pioneer Bitcoin in Latin America

    | 2014/01/07 3:37 pm
  • Zynga hasn’t had much to celebrate lately — the social gaming company suffered a huge drop in users last year and it hasn’t had a hit title in some time. But now it’s taking a new tack, turning to the Bitcoin community. In a post on Reddit’s Bitcoin subreddit last night, the Zynga team said it is currently “testing expanded payment options for players to make in-game purchases using Bitcoin,” specifically through the payment provider

    Zynga tests Bitcoin payments for seven online games

    | 2014/01/07 9:36 am