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  1. By Ari Rabinovitch TEL AVIV Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:51am EST People sit inside the Bitcoin Embassy in Tel Aviv February 2, 2014. (Reuters) - "Welcome to the new economy," boasts a sign at the entrance of the self-styled Bitcoin Embassy in the heart of Tel Aviv. The sparely furnished property opened a few months ago to support a community of Bitcoin fanatics, perhaps the most active in the world, who are out to build just that - a next-generation trading system based on the digital currency. At least two dozen startups have popped up in Israel over the past year with a view to creating tools that
  2. By Steven Musil February 10, 2014 5:16 PM PST Crypto-currency's value against more than 50 other currencies can now be found with a simple search query. Microsoft is making it easier to track the Bitcoin's real-time value by adding the crypto-currency to its Bing search results. Bing users can now compare Bitcoin's value to more than 50 currencies by typing a simple query into the search bar, such as "7 bitcoin to USD" or "Bitcoin to 100 euros," Microsoft announced Monday. Currency conversion is provided through a partnership with Coinbase, a digital wallet that supports Bitcoin trading. Th
  3. By Topher Kessler February 10, 2014 1:06 PM PST Disguised as a legitimate project on GitHub called StealthBit, the malware installs a browser extension to look for and steal BitCoin wallet and account credentials. Security research site SecureMac has discovered a new trojan horse that is targeted for OS X systems, and which spies on internet traffic use to steal Bitcoins. The trojan, called OS X/CoinThief.A, is disguised as a standard OS X application called StealthBit, which was recently uploaded to GitHub. While advertised as a legitimate project for receiving Bitcoin payments on Bitcoin St
  4. By Jose Pagliery February 12, 2014: 12:35 PM ET New York state's top financial regulator has detailed his plans to regulate bitcoins sometime this year. Benjamin Lawsky, New York's financial services superintendent, said he will issue "BitLicenses" to companies dealing with bitcoins. That would mark the most significant step thus far in the United States to regulate the digital currency. "Our objective is to provide appropriate guardrails to protect consumers and root out money laundering -- without stifling beneficial innovation," Lawsky said at a currency conference in Washington., D.C., o
  5. By Caleb Garling on February 6, 2014 They keep disappearing. In 2012 it was BitPak. Last November it was Coinbase. Earlier this month it was CoinJar. And on Wednesday it was Blockchain. Apple has been eliminating apps in its App Store that process or deal with the popular cryptocurrency bitcoin. Cupertino allows plenty of other payment apps like PayPal, Venmo and a variety of banking apps, so the exception for those dealing in bitcoin has raised questions why Apple has been zeroing in on the controversial currency. The US Justice Department has said virtual currencies aren’t illegal. In typi
  6. By Anna Kuchma,February 5, 2014 Dan Pototsky, RBTH Users say they plan to ignore the ban while experts try to balance the virtual currency’s benefits and drawbacks. On Jan. 29, the Central Bank of Russia issued an official warning stating that all Bitcoin transactions will be considered potentially suspicious and added that use of Bitcoins in Russia is illegal. The currency is already banned in China, and the Financial Supervisory Authority of Denmark has also issues a statement warning against its use. In China, financial institutions are prohibited from conducting virtual currency transacti
  7. The dream of a simple mechanism to allow BitTorrent content consumers to support creators financially has been around for some time, and now it's here. Speaking with TorrentFreak the folks at FrostWire explain why they have integrated Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin and PayPal donations into their new client build. While content distributed via BitTorrent is almost always free (a situation most users would like to keep intact) there has long been a desire to find a straightforward mechanism for optional donations. The possibilities are intriguing, from artists being able to seed their own conten
  8. Toronto-based hip hop band Aint No Love have booked a world first with their new BitTorrent / Bitcoin venture. Alongside their regular iTunes offering, this week the group began distributing their album 'Tears of Joy' for free on BitTorrent, using FrostWire's just-debuted in-client Bitcoin tipping feature. Following a December 2013 teaser, February builds of FrostWire’s Windows, Mac and Linux BitTorrent clients included a ground-breaking new feature. The Frostwire client, which can be used in the same way as uTorrent or Vuze for example, now includes a torrent creation feature which support
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