Kevin Murcko, CEO, CoinMetro and FXPIG, looks at regulation of cryptocoins and tokens.
A 27-year-old New York woman is facing decades in prison for allegedly converting money stolen from banks into bitcoin and using the funds to aid the Islamic State.
US attorneys in Utah prosecuting a multimillion-dollar opioid drug-ring are moving quickly to sell seized bitcoin that's exploded in value to about $8.5m.
35-year-old Louis Meza from New Jersey was charged with kidnapping and robbery. If found guilty, he could face upto 25 years in prison.
Dr Richard Ford, Chief Scientist at Forcepoint, looks at attackers targeting vulnerabilities in cryptocurrencies.
Millennial investors are more interested in cryptocurrencies than traditional bonds and shares, new research commissioned by a London-based fintech start-up suggests.
As Venezuela's national currency loses value at a catastrophic rate, thousands of ordinary but desperate people turn to the world of cryptocurrency.
Alongside the rest of the world, experts warn that North Korea is likely profiting from the rise of bitcoin, a cryptocurrency the regime has been hacking, stealing and mining.
At one stroke, there is a new asset class which is an easily divisible store of value – taking the crown from gold, and can be moved around at the click of a mouse.
US regulators have warned the public against taking out reckless investments in cryptocurrency, which despite a meteoric rise in the past 12 months remains unpredictable.
Is bitcoin in a bubble? The price of bitcoin has been soaring this year, and last week alone it jumped from $11,000 to well over $17,000, according to Coindesk.
The launch of a US futures contract for bitcoin reflects widespread acceptance of the virtual currency, especially among investors in Asia, though regulators are wary.
The first-ever bitcoin future jumped after it began trading on 10 December as the increasingly popular virtual currency made its debut on a major US exchange.
South Korean is studying ways to regulate speculative trading in cryptocurrencies as the latest surge in prices stokes a craze over bitcoins.
As the price of the world's most popular virtual currency keeps surging — to a record $17,000 on Thursday — here's a quick look at what it is and how it is "mined."
Gaming marketplace Steam will no longer accept bitcoin as payment as cryptocurrency value hits new peak and financial experts sound alarm over bubble bursting.
The value of bitcoin – the world's most popular cryptocurrency – surged past £10,000 ($13,300) per coin, defying critics to reach yet another all-time high.
Users of US-based cryptocurrency exchange Bittrex voice frustration over lengthy customer support delays and alleged inability to withdraw funds from the platform.
Newport IT worker James Howells was one of the earliest adopters of Bitcoin: he amassed 7,500 Bitcoins back in February 2009 when they were worth less than $1.
President Nicolas Maduro says move designed to by-pass financial sanctions slapped on Caracas.