You can now exchange your virtual coins for an actual, real world curry.
How have early-adopting bitcoin merchants overcome stumbling blocks in doing business with a digital currency?
An online games company is offering a bundle of four games for a ‘pay-what-you-like price’ – as long as you pay that price in bitcoins.
BitPay, a leading payment processor for bitcoin, said it had not been looking for funding but the opportunity was too good to turn down.
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.