• 11 Jul 2014 at 12:54 PM

Bitcoin, Now Jersey-Approved

Those institutional investors wanting to play their hand in the fake currency markets without getting a fake wallet now have a genuine, certified, regulated way to do so. Read more »

Will models be accepting Bitcoin? Yes, if the Winklevoss twins have anything to do with it. Tyler and Cameron were among the guests at Ben Watts’ “Shark Attack” party at Gurney’s Inn in Montauk. Cameron was heard talking to One Model Management’s Scott Lipps about setting up Bitcoins for models through a San Francisco-based exchange. [NYP]

  • 12 Jun 2014 at 3:21 PM

The Bitcoin Bugle: Good, Bad, Ugly

Bitcoin’s slow, shaky, staggering, inexplicably inexorable stumble towards respectability continues: Whether you’d like to buy your buddy Eric Cantor a little “thanks for listening to our lobbyists all these years” vacation or give a contributory pat on the back to the guy who cut short his rise to the Speakership of the House, you can now do both in bits. Read more »

We’re not sure about how Phil Falcone feels about bitcoins. We’re certainly not as sure about his feelings on matters cryptocurrent as we are on his opinions re: the FCC and Charlie Ergen. And we’re not sure that the latter’s embrace of bitcoins will affect Phil’s opinion, but it certainly cannot help. Read more »

  • 16 May 2014 at 4:25 PM

The Bitcoin Bugle: By Fiat

The guy who founded CNet has figured out how to save bitcoin from itself: Turn it into the U.S. dollar. Read more »

  • 16 May 2014 at 9:00 AM

Buy Used Toys, World War II Memorabilia With Bitcoin

At some unspecified point in the future, possibly after several dozen hours of discussion, eBay will probably be happy to take some fake money off your hands for whatever junk you may be buying. Through PayPal, even, which, in spite of Carl Icahn’s best efforts, it will probably still own. Read more »

  • 09 May 2014 at 4:49 PM

The Bitcoin Bugle: Resurrection

Remember when the brothers Winklevoss announced, with customary fanfare, that they’d be making bitcoin-ETF history, as long as no one stole their idea in the meantime? Me either. But they haven’t forgotten, and now, against some odds, people who want to lose money on fake money may eventually have the chance to do so on the Nasdaq. Read more »