A string of bad headlines didn't kill Bitcoin in 2011. They won't do so today either.
Your questions about the apparent collapse of Mt. Gox answered.
The service's Web site, though blank, is hinting at an acquisition.
As Mt. Gox declines, other exchanges are rising to take its place.
The federal indictment released Tuesday charges Ross William Ulbricht under what is commonly called a "kingpin statute."
Bitcoin's volatility is driven by rapid growth. Once growth stops, volatility probably will too.
It's one more step toward legitimacy for the currency — at least in the United States.
New York regulators ponder "BitLicense;" Google hit with massive patent bill.
BitInstant's co-founder has been accused of facilitating illegal drug transactions.
The CEO of Bitcoin start-up BitInstant has been charged with money laundering.