The US government has announced it intends to sell off just over $1.6m in bitcoin confiscated from various criminal cases.
More than $19m worth of bitcoin is now being sold at auction, though few details are available on participants involved.
Ernst & Young has announced it will auction $12.9m worth of bitcoin confiscated from a former Silk Road user.
The US Marshals Service has revealed that its fourth and final auction of confiscated Silk Road bitcoins resulted in four winners.
Bitcoin exchange itBit has emerged as the first of what could be as many as three winners in last week's US government bitcoin auction.
The final US Marshals auction of 44,000 bitcoins confiscated during the investigation into online black market Silk Road drew just 11 bidders today.
Two-time auction winner Tim Draper has revealed to CoinDesk that he is not participating in today’s auction of more than 44,000 BTC.
The US Marshals Service is auctioning off the remaining 44,000 BTC confiscated from Ross Ulbricht during the Silk Road investigation today.
Digital Currency Group's Genesis Trading and bitcoin hedge fund Binary Financial are set to participate in a government auction of bitcoin this week.
The US Marshals Service (USMS) has revealed it will announce the date on which it will auction off remaining Silk Road bitcoins in 2015.