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Weekly Bitcoin Update – 7 September 2014

A recap of the week’s biggest Bitcoin stories from the perspectives of the best sources for e-currency news around the web Donna Leinwand Leger of USA Today reports that Charlie Shrem, the former chief executive officer of BitInstant.com, has plead guilty to assisting the sale of $1 million bitcoins on Silk Road, a web site which was used as a ... Read More »

Weekly Bitcoin Update – 31 August 2014

A recap of the week’s biggest Bitcoin stories from the perspectives of the best sources for e-currency news around the web One of the earliest users of bitcoin passed away on Aug. 28th. According to Nathaniel Popper of The New York Times, cryptographer Hal Finney, who had been afflicted with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), was taken off life support. His ... Read More »

Weekly Bitcoin Update – 24 August 2014

A recap of the week’s biggest Bitcoin stories from the perspectives of the best sources for e-currency news around the web After remaining above or around the $600 mark for the majority of the summer, bitcoin’s value has fallen below the $500 mark. Petar Kotevski of ForexNews reports that the price appears to be stuck around the $500 mark. However, ... Read More »

Weekly Bitcoin Update – 16 August 2014

A recap of the week’s biggest Bitcoin stories from the perspectives of the best sources for e-currency news around the web For the first time since May 2014, Bitcoin’s value has fallen below the $500 mark. As of 11:07PM EST on 15 August 2014, Bitcoin was valued at a price of $488.65. Pete Rizzo of CoinDesk writes that there appears ... Read More »

Weekly Bitcoin Update – 11 August 2014

A recap of the week’s biggest Bitcoin stories from the perspectives of the best sources for e-currency news around the web A Lake Tahoe property has sold for $1.6 million in Bitcoin. As Candace Jackson of the The Wall Street Journal reports, the 1.4 acre property site, located on the California side of the lake at luxury resort Martis Camp, ... Read More »

Weekly Bitcoin Update – 2 August 2014

A recap of the week’s biggest Bitcoin stories from the perspectives of the best sources for e-currency news around the web Bitcoin and Apple are together once again. As Jose Pagliery of CNN writes, Blockchain.info, which had previously been banned during the month of February, has returned to Apple’s App Store. Celebrating Apple’s decision, Blockchain.info CEO Nicholas Cary wrote that ... Read More »

Bitcoin can Kill the State’s War Machine

“War is the health of the state,” and money is the lifeblood of war. Money is the essential factor to any function of the state. Any government program, job, or any war must be funded by money. So, it is no wonder why the world’s governments were so eager to monopolize the supply of money. If only they had the ... Read More »

Weekly Bitcoin Update – 26 July 2014

A recap of the week’s biggest Bitcoin stories from the perspectives of the best sources for e-currency news around the web Industry News Bitcoin’s valuation has once again dropped below the $600 mark. As Joon Ian Wong of CoinDesk reported on July 24th, the cryptocurrency fell to a low of $591.46 at 13:35 UTC. During the thirty days prior to ... Read More »

Weekly Bitcoin Update – 20 July 2014

A recap of the week’s biggest Bitcoin stories from the perspectives of the best sources for e-currency news around the web Industry On July 18th, Dell announced that they would accept Bitcoin payments for all their products through their online marketplace. Previously, Dell had solely accepted the purchasing of gift cards with Bitcoin. The computer hardware company, whose brands include ... Read More »

Weekly Bitcoin Update – 13 July 2014

A recap of the week’s biggest Bitcoin stories from the perspectives of the best sources for e-currency news around the web Industry News A new ATM specifically designed for bitcoin has been released in the Los Angeles area, according to Riley Snyder of the Los Angeles Times. Robocoin’s automated teller machines turn bitcoins into hard cash. The founder of the ... Read More »

Post-Auction Bitcoin Price Analysis

The past few weeks have been very hectic in the Bitcoin community due to the excitement of the US Marshals’ Silk Road Bitcoin auction. About two weeks before the auction, the US Marshals posted on their official website that they would be selling off 30 thousand of the bitcoins seized in the Silk Road bust on June 27. This announcement ... Read More »

Experience: The Arms Race Of Bitcoin Mining Hardware

Personal experience from the miner point of view – As some of you may already know, Bitcoin mining hardware has evolved since its beginning in early 2009. So lets hop in my time machine, I’m going to introduce you to the different families of mining hardware that were used and evolved at a faster pace since mid 2013. At the ... Read More »

Bitcoin news round-up 07.07.2014

Bitcoin continued on its upward trajectory over the past week, rising to $631.48 at the time of writing, up from $598.97 at the start of the week, June 30. Having recovered from some dropback the week prior, the coin is once again comfortably above the $600 threshold; values of which it hasn’t seen since the start of June. Price rises ... Read More »

June 18 FOMC Meeting, What it Means for Bitcoin Price?

On June 18, 2014, The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), the policy making committee for the United States Federal Reserve, publicly announced the decisions they made during their 2-day meeting. In this meeting, the FOMC discussed the state of the American economy and deliberated on what the Fed’s policy should be in the near future. Several things came out of ... Read More »