London-based green activist Gulnar Hasnain has become the first mainstream political candidate to accept bitcoin in the UK.
Criticisms from bitcoin pundits in the press almost always boil down to a few common misconceptions, argues Jon Matonis.
While the bitcoin price may have taken a beating recently, it appears to be bouncing back, having crossed the $250 and $300 mark in quick succession.
The latest bitcoin price crash has started a new debate on the long-term viability of many aspects of the mining industry.
Bitcoin, less private than credit or debit transactions, is generally anonymous. Here are some distinctions between privacy and anonymity in bitcoin.
Bitcoin companies continue to take a hammering from hackers. Where should they look for better security practices?
CoinDesk speaks to USV principal Fred Wilson about his firm's recent investment in Coinbase and larger investment philosophy for the industry.
CoinDesk reviews Haasbot 2.0, a sophisticated trading bot suite designed for bitcoin trading professionals.
Bitcoin is great for business-to-business transactions, if both sides know how to use it. What happens if they don't?
The North American Bitcoin Conference, held in Miami last week in, remains a biannual staple of the bitcoin conference calendar year.