Patrick Byrne, CEO of US online retail giant Overstock, unveiled tØ.com today at the headquarters of Nasdaq in New York today.
LOT Polish Airlines is now accepting bitcoin payments, meaning the digital currency can be used for flights to 60 global destinations.
Though Swedish online checkout giant Klarna believes bitcoin holds promise, it doesn't see immediate use cases for the technology today.
US retail giant Overstock has sold $5m of a recently issued "cryptobond" to FNY Managed Accounts, a New York-based trading firm.
Expedia's Connie Chung, senior payments product manager, speaks to CoinDesk about the travel giant's bitcoin payment integration.
Uber has denied rumors that is currently integrating bitcoin as a payment option for its on-demand mobile ride-sharing services.
CoinDesk speaks to MovieTickets.com CEO Joel Cohen about the company's decision to accept bitcoin and the future of the payments program.
The US Federal Trade Commission has penned a new blog post aiming to give advice to consumers who may pay for products with digital currency.
US retail giant Overstock has reportedly lost $117,000 on its investments in cryptocurrencies during the first quarter of 2015.
A deal between a bitcoin exchange and a payments network will see a bitcoin payment option offered to over 20,000 merchants in Japan.