Silicon Valley venture capitalist Marc Andreessen believes digital currencies will transform the way we design processors.
A Singapore firm is planning to install the island's first bitcoin ATM within months.
CoinTerra’s TerraMiner IV units are about 20% slower and consume 20% more power than originally promised.
Australian broadcaster ABC reports that a local company will import and install the ATMs across the country.
The company's strategy is to build a bitcoin wallet that anyone can use, hassle-free.
Part of the company's effort to earn customer trust has been to engage heavily with the bitcoin community.
Robocoin has announced a $10,000 incentive program for 'ambassadors' to sell and promote its two-way bitcoin ATMs.
Vancouver's Robocoin ATM closed last weekend because its operator was unable to clear a backlog of Bitstamp buy orders.
CoinTerra announced today it had finally started shipping its highly anticipated terahash-class TerraMiner IV professional mining rigs.
Customers are reporting difficulty obtaining their cash due to contentious policy changes and service interruptions.