Digital currency advocates fear the rules are too broad and will hamper innovation.
Industry groups are on the cusp of a big win this week.
DOJ alleges agents funneled in an investigation to their personal accounts.
The Obama administration is worried cops are getting locked out from critical evidence.
The online exchange Bitstamp believes it was hacked on Sunday.
Pay for subscriptions to Fortune, Health and Travel + Leisure with the digital currency.
Computer progammer allowed investors to buy, sell and trade shares in unregistered exchanges.
The online black market, like its predecessor, specialized in selling drugs.
The Bitcoin Foundation is making a change in leadership.
“Butterfly Labs vigorously disputes these claims, as well as the overall validity of the lawsuit,"...
The company charged thousands for machines it claimed could "mine" bitcoins.
The Chamber of Digital Commerce said it has no immediate plans to support candidates.
As New York's top financial regulator, Benjamin Lawsky regularly butted heads with big banks.
The Kentucky Republican's website allows donations through the virtual currency.
Coinbase is joining a major Internet industry lobbying group.
Massive hacks at other exchanges have caused some to doubt the digital currency's viability.
The proposed rules would require strict cybersecurity measures if banks handle bitcoins.
New York banks will have to explain how they detect and defend against cyberattacks.
New York's top banking regulator has been exploring his private sector job opportunities.
A CFTC commissioner wants to "lay the groundwork for future innovation."
Groups say the regs infringe on the First Amendment, damage privacy and hurt innovation.
John Collins, who worked for Sen. Carper (D-Del.), will join virtual wallet Coinbase.
The trip was sponsored by Rep. Steve Stockman, who called it a “breakthrough event."
"I think they’re making great progress," the head of the Electronic Transactions Association said.