Cointagion has developed a simple way to sell goods for bitcoins online, without the need for an online shopping cart.
Gamers are able to purchase Steam games using Bitcoins, taking advantage of differences in regional pricing.
As the bitcoin economy attracts increasing attention from regulators, it's fitting that one business now accepting the digital currency is a law firm.
Amazon has handed 500 "Amazon Coins" to each of its US-based Kindle Fire customers.
California-based Gyft, a digital gift card platform serving the US, announced it has partnered with BitPay to accept bitcoin payments from customers.
Backed by funding from his brother Barry, Alan Silbert launches BitPremier, a high-end marketplace for bitcoin's wealthy.
Amazon is launching its own currency later this month. Amazon Coins will only be exchangeable for Kindle applications and games and initially US only.
eBay CEO John Donohoe says the company's PayPal division is weighing the possibility of accepting bitcoin payments.
Could bitcoin's recent market volatility threaten the black market website Silk Road?
A new service is offering people bitcoins for old smartphones. Traade will pay for phones in the Ecoin and will then recycle them.