Will Bitcoins Change the Money Game?

The bitcoin is a virtual international currency first introduced in 2009. Bitcoins are unregulated and out of the control of any single government. They are also 100% digital — there is no corresponding physical coin or paper to back or represent bitcoins in the real world. But you can use them right now to buy goods and services over the … Continue reading

Now comes the online Bitcoin Bank

The Online Bitcoin Wallet cottage industry is about to get slightly more crowded. The new launch scheduled for July 1st is supposed to be a second generation online bitcoin wallet or better said, a first generation bitcoin bank. The company promises to allow easier access to pay and collect bitcoins via a mobile device. Meaning that … Continue reading

Bitcoins create truly democratic policy, followers say

OTTAWA – Money may be the next frontier of the Internet revolution thanks to Bitcoin, a burgeoning new digital currency. The software that tracks, trades and stores bitcoins is free, and its code is public. This means anyone can change it, either because they hope to make it better or to provide themselves with some … Continue reading

Will Ron Paul Endorse the Bitcoin System?

We all know that Ron Paul wants to abolish the Federal Reserve, we know that he wants us off Fiat Money. Since the Bitcoin system has a limited number of total coins created (they cannot be created at will, hence the argument of printing money cannot be applied). The problem with the gold is that … Continue reading

BitTrust API makes developing apps that use Bitcoin a breeze

BitTrust is an API in private beta that promises to make life easier for developers wanting to make use of Bitcoin as a fundamental part of their application. The API facilitates transactions, commissions, affiliate sales and user profiles and messaging, as well as an auctioning system. It’s a bit like eBay in an API for Bitcoin developers. Most … Continue reading

BitCoin Harvesting Trojan, Detected

The recent craze on the Internet for the virtual currency BitCoin isn’t only among people who imagine they can make money from nowhere but also among online crooks who typically seek for grabbing anything that comes relatively easy. SecureList published this on June 28, 2011. Described as one fresh P2P virtual currency in the nature … Continue reading

Bitcoin Android app tips up

An Android app for carrying out Bitcoin transactions has been released. But since it’s in its early stages, the developer warns potential users to stick to small transactions in case things go Pete Tong.  The app enables Bitcoin users to send or receive Bitcoins entirely from their Android phones. It recognises the Bitcoin URI format and allows … Continue reading