In what looked like the scoop of the year, Newsweek proclaimed that it had uncovered the identity of Bitcoin’s mysterious creator, ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’. But doubts soon emerged.
The collapse of MtGox, the world’s first and largest bitcoin exchange, has sent the value of the cryptocurrency into freefall. Dominic Frisby looks at what the future holds for bitcoin.
The digital currency will be as big a gamechanger as the internet, says Ken Tindell. Here, he reveals why.
Bitcoin, the digital currency, has whipped up a frenzy of excitement among speculators. Ken Tindell explains how it works.
The City, with its long tradition of expertise in innovative, global finance, is the natural centre for trading and investing in digital money, says Matthew Lynn.
Who knows where digital money might take us, asks Bill Bonner.
Bitcoin, namecoin, worldcoin – the number of digital currencies is exploding. Dominic Frisby looks at ‘cryptocurrencies’ and asks if we’re at the start of a new dotcom-style hysteria.
Bill Bonner’s keen on bitcoin – for exactly the same reason the Feds aren’t.
Publicly, the feds are playing it cool towards bitcoin, says Bill Bonner. Privately, they must be sweating.
If you’d bought some bitcoins a few years ago, you could now be very rich. Dominic Frisby investigates how much longer the digital currency’s spectacular run can continue.