Dwolla has announced it can no longer work with virtual currency exchanges and other bitcoin-related services.
So exactly what is in that court order that the US Department of Homeland Security used this week to clamp down on Dwolla-Mt. Gox transactions?
CoinDesk speaks to Dwolla about its hiatus from the bitcoin space and why it's now interested in blockchain business applications
Bitcoin companies might think they're smarter than the online gamblers and have better connected investors but US authorities have rules of their own.
An order from the US Department of Homeland Security is preventing Dwolla users from transferring funds to and from the Mt. Gox bitcoin exchange.