A website selling stolen credit card data from restaurant chain PF Chang's is accepting bitcoin as payment.
Argentinian currency restrictions created a busy black market for US dollars, and now bitcoin is on the rise too.
Following Silk Road's demise, some users (and even law enforcement officials) wax nostalgic about the 'original' Dread Pirate Roberts.
Silk Road 2.0 reports that 1,000 BTC has not been claimed by users affected by its February security breach.
Silk Road 2.0 has announced it will pay back vendors and customers affected by last week's breach.
A US bitcoin user has been arrested for allegedly selling a semi-automatic pistol to Dutch law enforcement officials.
Researcher Sarah Meiklejohn discusses whether Silk Road's users can be prosecuted and if illegal bitcoin transactions are truly 'anonymous'.
The Bank of Thailand declaring bitcoin illegal makes it a likely spot for a bitcoin black market.
Bitcoin-accepting Atlantis is poised to take on the Silk Road, which remains by far the biggest drug sales site.