Bitcoin is due for an overhaul of its payment mechanism to make it more merchant-friendly.
The team behind CoinJar have launched a community site, CoinMade, listing merchants who accept bitcoin as payment.
Manhattan law firm Nesenoff & Miltenberg is now offering its clients the opportunity to pay their fees in bitcoin.
Another bitcoin-based site has launched, enabling digital content creators to sell their wares.
Bitcoin-accepting Atlantis is poised to take on the Silk Road, which remains by far the biggest drug sales site.
Avalon, a maker of bitcoin ASICs, has been accused, on the Bitcoin Forum, of mining with its products to mine BTC before shipping to customers
Adam Sah, CEO of Buyer's Best Friend, tells us the highs and lows of using bitcoin in his San-Francisco retail stores
Yumcoin is offering digital content creators the chance to sell their products directly online in exchange for bitcoins.
Cambridge Pubs are leading the way in offering bitcoin transactions for real world items.
With new online retailers like Bitfash accepting Bitcoin for popular, high-end fashion retailers, it's time for people to stop hoarding, and start…