No Hiding Place in Bitcoin, Real Mining for Virtual Cash, and the Wrong Sort of Fun
As the highest-value bitcoin transaction occurs, a Welsh resident searches a landfill for his £4m hard drive.
It's a legal requirement for journalists to write an end-of-year roundup, and John Law is nothing if not law-abiding.
This week John Law grapples with Tulip Mania, block chain graffiti and the murky world of FUD.
This week has provided two excellent counter-examples against the inherent badness of bitcoin – one small, one very big.
JP Morgan causes a stir, re-presents old cryptocurrency patent, Coinbase receives $25m investment, while John Law digs for dogecoins.
John Law ponders BTC-e's credentials, block chain security and hiding bitcoins from divorce lawyers in his weekly review.