The Bitcoin Foundation's meeting with a number of US government departments yesterday was productive and encouraging.
US government gets more informed on bitcoin, raising questions about what it will do next to regulate decentralised currency.
The US government seized over $2.9m from a subsidiary of bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, a court document has revealed.
Bitcoin lawyer Marco Santori takes an in-depth look at state and federal regulations surrounding bitcoin businesses in the US.
Three bitcoiners have filed a class action lawsuit against BitInstant claiming the company misled them.
A US Senate committee is pressing financial regulators and law enforcement agencies for further guidance on virtual currencies.
A number of bitcoin companies in New York have been sent subpoenas by the Department of Financial Services.
A judge in Texas has ruled that bitcoin is a currency or form of money.
Manhattan law firm Nesenoff & Miltenberg is now offering its clients the opportunity to pay their fees in bitcoin.
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?