Video: Roundup of This Week’s Bitcoin News 21st March 2014

Missed what's been happening in the world of digital currencies? Catch CoinDesk's three biggest headlines this week.

AccessTimeIconMar 21, 2014 at 10:00 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 11, 2021 at 10:33 a.m. UTC

Want a quick roundup of what's been happening in the world of digital currencies? Here are our three biggest headlines from this past week:

Unusual database error causes Blockchain outage: The bitcoin data and wallet service,, was down for more than a day this week. Issues started when Blockchain suspended Shared Coin transactions. The company has since moved to reassure customers that their bitcoins are safe.

KnCMiner announces first scrypt miner: KnCMiner is now accepting pre-orders for 'Titan', its first mining rig dedicated to script mining. At just under $10,000, Titan is poised to deliver a minimum speed of 100 MH/s.

Bitcoin's core developers release Version 0.9.0: Bitcoin's core developers have released the latest update to the bitcoin reference client. Version 0.9.0 includes transaction malleability-related fixes, as well as updates to how transactions are relayed on the network.

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