In a new report, the law enforcement agency said drug traffickers were turning to digital currency ATMs as a way of illegally transferring money to avoid detection.
Much misinformation has floated around the internet in the wake of Dr. Craig S. Wright's letters before action to Bitcoin (and its related forks) protocol developers.
Dr. Craig Wright has begun legal action against the developers of BTC, BCH, BCH ABC and BSV over 111,000 stolen Bitcoin.
This week’s top story on CoinGeek Pulse is Tesla’s recent announcement that it bought US$1.5 billion dollars’ worth of BTC.
There's every chance BSV's total transactions will surpass BTC's very soon, given BSV's unbounded capacity for scaling, ever-cheaper transaction fees, and use-case scenarios still being discovered.
Elon Musk has announced that Tesla bought 1.5 billion dollars’ worth of BTC which he intends to do nothing with so that it will lose velocity on the company books for the foreseeable future.
It looks like Michael Saylor, the chairman, president and CEO of MicroStrategy, does not quite understand how Bitcoin works.
In today’s Information Age, we have more access to knowledge than ever before, but being able to filter through the noise intelligently has become the biggest challenge, George Siosi Samuels writes.
In this episode, Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles talk about Dr. Wright's flurry of copyright claims against BTC-related projects.
Using well-known branded platforms, BTC supporters continue to attack the character of Bitcoin's creator and attempt to discredit his vision for what Bitcoin should be.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand has snubbed digital currencies like BTC while announcing a new trading platform for digital tokens.