As Bitcoin increases its influence in national economies, fiscal and monetary policy implications will begin to take center stage.
This week John Law grapples with Tulip Mania, block chain graffiti and the murky world of FUD.
BitGo's bitcoin wallet offers multi-signature transactions, designed to protect bitcoins from being stolen, and private keys from being lost.
Researcher Sarah Meiklejohn discusses whether Silk Road's users can be prosecuted and if illegal bitcoin transactions are truly 'anonymous'.
Mailing bitcoin private keys on a coin-shaped metal disc could be considered money transmission in the US.
The Bitcoin Investment Trust has grown 575% in value since its inception, closely tracking bitcoin's own volatile value.
Restrictions on US dollar withdrawals has led to bitcoin trading at a higher price on Mt. Gox.
ASICs are a no-brainer when it comes to bitcoin, however litecoin is a different story.
Matt Mihaly, a huge Bitcoin fan, responds to Alan Greenspan's comments that the currency has "no intrinsic value".
Andrew Torba's social media experiment indicates that both bitcoin enthusiasts and non-users see value in the cryptocurrency.