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Using Coinbase may be convenient, but there is a price to pay for centralizing your information. The price is surveillance.
How Bitcoin is seen has a great deal to do with where the case is heard, as not all jurisdictions see Bitcoin, or the definition of money, the same way.
As banks and major financial institutions continue to be exposed for their illegitimate operations and felonious actions, a more convincing case for Bitcoin and mainstream adoption is being established.
Kim Dotcom is facing an American extradition legal hearing, starting today, and it will be streamed live on YouTube.
Bitcoin advocate and investor Roger Ver explains why he took OKEX Fintech to a Hong Kong High Court.
With a Court in Manhattan sentencing a Bitcoin scammer to one and half years in prison, experts say it is a move in the right direction and would instill a higher level of sanity within the digital currency ecosystem.
According to Cornell Professor Emin Gün Sirer, BitFinex’s decision to short its customers 36% in the wake of its hack may not be a legally viable option.
The Irish High Court has ordered the extradition to the United States of Gary Davis, who is alleged to have been an administrator of the Silk Road website.
A class-action lawsuit filed in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice against the now infamous former Bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox, and its owner Mark Karpeles, is to be dismissed
Danny Brewster, ex-CEO of Neo & Bee, a Cyprus based Bitcoin company, who is accused of fraud against customers, has shown up in public trying to clear his reputation a few months before a court case settlement.
Billion-dollar security company LifeLock has filed a lawsuit against Xapo that some say could jeopardize the existence of the Swiss-based Bitcoin wallet and debit card company, as Lifelock seeks to declare ownership of the technology.
Shaun Bridges, former US agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration plead guilty on August 31 to charges of wire fraud and money laundering.
Mark Karpeles has been under investigation by Japanese authorities since Febru-ary of 2014 and is soon expected to face charges of fraud at Mt. Gox.
M-Pesa operator Safaricom will not be required to grant access to bitcoin startup BitPesa amid an ongoing legal dispute. What are the consequences?
In 2015, there has been no bigger story than the conviction and sentencing of Silk Road’s creator Ross Ulbricht to life in prison last month.
While the storm over Mt. Gox is far from over, now Butterfly Labs’ mining equipment saga is joining the party.
The EU Court of Justice has ruled that Bitcoin exchange is exempt from VAT in a landmark ruling.
One ASIC manufacturer is facing some real legal troubles because customers never received the Bitcoin mining rigs they ordered.
Classified ads site Backpage.com has filed a lawsuit against the County Sheriff who led a successful campaign to have Visa and MasterCard cut its payment processing.
A lawyer for Mt. Gox speaking at the Tokyo District Court on Friday said the exchange had outstanding debts of $63.6 million and that the company had filed for bankruptcy protection.
A court in Ekaterinburg, Russia has effectively lifted the ban to Bitcoin-related websites blocked in January by authorities.
Swedish bitcoin exchange BTCX, has been requested by the local Tax Authority to disclose transaction history of the company's 20,000 customers. The exchange is taking the Swedish Tax Authority to court, arguing that by doing so, all its clients' identities would be disclosed.
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