The bitcoin markets are the picture of serenity as commodities and currencies shed value around the world.
CoinDesk looks at the top United States court cases helping shape the country's regulatory view on bitcoin.
Online marketplace LocalBitcoins.com has announced a merchant option to invoice customers in bitcoin.
The Bitcoin Foundation has submitted a filing in a Florida case it says will help protect local bitcoin traders.
Lawyers representing two Florida men charged with bitcoin-related money laundering want to have the charges dropped on a technicality.
Lawyers of two men arrested for bitcoin transactions claim state legislation only applies to fiat, but are they right?
It looks like Italy's new 20% money transfer laws will affect local bitcoin exchange users after all.
The Helsinki-based company claims the $2,732 machine can perform two-way conversions between bitcoin and fiat currency.
Localbitcoins.com users are facing criminal charges in Florida for exchanging large amounts of cash for bitcoins.
A trend is unfolding: global bitcoin exchanges are becoming wholesalers, whereas their domestic counterparts are catering to local needs.