Secret Pirate mining is affecting as many as half-a-billion monthly visitors across over 220 websites, a report suggests.
Hackers continue to leverage poor security practices to mine Bitcoin at businesses’ expense.
People are being conned into buying worthless physical, rather than digital, Bitcoins by Russian gypsies.
Why are criminals increasingly turning to cryptocurrencies? See some ideas of how Bitcoin could facilitate illegal activities.
America’s financial powerhouse is starkly divided along Bitcoin lines as famous banks and institutions pick sides.
Alexander Vinnik appears to be losing the battle to clear his name over activities relating to Bitcoin exchange BTC-e.
Ross Ulbricht, of the Silk Road, has given up his claim to $48 mln in seized Bitcoin allowing the feds to cash in – but at a way lower price.
Since Bitcoin trading was banned in China last month, Chinese police consider Bitcoin trading as a type of pyramid scheme and refuse to investigate hacks.
Two startups, using ICO fundraising model, charged by SEC with alleged violation of the antifraud and registration provisions of the federal securities law
Who on Earth would sell Bitcoin for 30 percent of its price? Indian robbers enter the game.
The SEC has made good on its promise to fight corrupt ICOs claiming to give large returns to customers by filing charges against REcoin and DRC.
No support for Bitcoin? More “fraud” accusations.
You believe in Bitcoin, or you believe it is a bubble. Either way, Mike Novogratz is pumping a lot of money into it, and profiting.
Ryan Kennedy is accused of using highly sophisticated strategies to steal from unsuspecting Bitcoin users, using proceeds to live in luxury
BTC-e figure Alexander Vinnik has hit back at US plans to prosecute him, offering help to Russian president Vladimir Putin.