A project aiming to empower people to build bitcoin lightning nodes has hit a notable milestone.
UK firm Liberty Games has developed a retro arcade machine that accepts gamers' bitcoin payments.
The Center held the developer event to further educate the technically inclined about the power of distributed money.
Script-based miner manufacturers are planning to ship equipment that will speed up altcoin mining.
John Law investigates the latest bitcoin vulnerabilities, his inability to play pool, and StrongCoin's solution to exchange regulation.
Games room specialist Liberty Games has created a bitcoin-operated pool table that runs on Raspberry Pi.
A working prototype of a bitcoin-enabled WiFi hotspot built on top of the Raspberry Pi has been created.
Paper wallets are one way to securely store bitcoins. Another solution comes in the form of Piper.
John Law interrupts your summer shenanigans with a 'bitcoin holiday guide'; covering Soylent, Raspberry Pi's and career prospects.
The Defcon hacker conference saw bitcoin being sold via a briefcase, where loose change was exchanged for QR codes.