A winner of the latest US Marshals bitcoin auction may have been identified by blockchain and crowdsourced analysis.
The US Marshals Service (USMS) has announced that 14 bidders participated in today's auction of 50,000 BTC.
The US Marshals will auction $11.85m in bitcoins in connection with a civil forfeiture action against and the criminal conviction of Ross Ulbricht.
The US Marshals Service has revealed it expects its next bitcoin auction to take place in Q1 of 2015.
SecondMarket managing director Brendan O’Connor discusses his syndicate's successful bid for 48,000 BTC confiscated from Ross Ulbricht.
Bitcoin Investment Trust and SecondMarket have been revealed as the winners of 48,000 BTC confiscated from alleged Silk Road leader Ross Ulbricht.
What do the actions of central bankers in East Asia have to do with the bitcoin price? Quite a bit, as it turns out.
The USMS has revealed it will split up its auction of Ross Ulbricht's seized bitcoin to reduce negative effects on the bitcoin market.
The US Marshals are set to auction off 50,000 BTC next month in connection to the case against Ross Ulbricht.