Over 20 hours of hacking at the Decentralize This! hackathon in Tel Aviv has resulted in the creation of bitcoin's own Million Dollar Homepage.
EU rules requiring merchants to record the country of residence of their customers could be bad news for pseudonymous payments systems like bitcoin.
Scrypt mining company Mining ASICs Technologies (MAT) has been declared bankrupt by a Maastricht, Netherlands, judge.
A student in the Netherlands has developed a cheap and censorship-resistant publishing service built on top of the bitcoin blockchain.
Bitupcard is a voucher scheme launching in Turkey that makes bitcoin buying as easy as topping up your mobile.
Three Dutch banks have announced that they are experimenting with blockchain technology with the aim of improving their payments systems.
The Arnhem Bitcoincity project in the Netherlands now includes a local Spar supermarket.
While not yet official, there are hints that bitcoin transactions might not be liable for VAT in the Netherlands.
BitPay and BitStraat are launching Amsterdam Bitcoin City, a project aiming to establish Amsterdam as the 'bitcoin capital of the world'.