Last year around this time, Bitcoin hovered at a value of more than US$1,000. Since then, the price has dropped as much as 65% and has not returned to the same levels. Many speculate that such price drops are early warning signs that Bitcoin is on the road to failure. The search giant Google contradicts this conclusion...
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Antiwar.com, an alternative media organization that has been covering war crimes and American interventionism for over a decade, was recently dropped by Google adsense. The context advertising service claims Antiwar.com has displayed content that was "too gory."
Bitcoin price rises 10 % to US$245 on reports that Google and Square are working on a Bitcoin accepting point-of-sale system.
Google has announced its latest foray into the exploding mobile payment market with Android Pay.
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Google and Intel have concluded 37 and 16 deals respectively since 2010 and are the most active corporate investors in the fintech space, according to new findings from CB Insights.
Mt. Gox. The collapse. The official story goes that it was hacked many times, starting in 2011.
Western secret agencies partnership known as the "Five Eyes" launched a surveillance unit called NTAT to spy on smartphone users as well as a major Chinese mobile web browser.
Google is behind the latest installation of a Bitcoin ATM in London, it has emerged, with its East London Campus hosting the company’s latest foray into digital currency.
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Banking suspension for Bitcoin service in Poland, Google news feed partnership with Coinbase, Antonopoulos called up for Silk Road trial, and many other events in CoinTelegraph news roundup for Sunday 1st February.
Search engine giant Google announced another internet-wide SSL vulnerability that is affecting almost every active server and web browser, including Firefox and Google Chrome.
The fake Localbitcoins app on Google Play, still live at the time of writing, is indicative of how streetwise the Bitcoin community really is – and can happen again.
ECB report suggests that digital currencies can "jeopardize financial stability," Coinnect launches new "rebittance" in Argentina and Mexico, Google announces Android Pay, and more top stories for March 3, 2015.
British company Intelligent Environments wants to secure your banking information with emojis; online small business lender, Bond Street, secures new funding; and more news
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Japan's largest Internet company Rakuten Inc. has started to accept Bitcoin as a payment option on its American portal Rakuten.com, MasterCard describes cryptocurrencies as an innovative competitor, and more top stories for March 17.
Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have launched a new company named Alphabet, which will manage Google and all of the company’s subsidiaries in a new operating structure.
Mike Hearn says internal politics restrain Google from adopting bitcoin, TAR Airlines becomes Latin America's first airline to accept BTC and more news
Italian business publication Il Sole reported last week on an automatic withholding measure on all transfers from abroad that the government says will be retroactive to February 1.
Android is poised to relay your precise location when contacting emergency services, potentially causing you as much trouble as help.
Bernie Sanders led a campaign run off of small donations, amassing $200 mln. Had he invested that money in Bitcoin, the world would have been much better off.
It is ‘deja vu’ all over again as Google prepares for a future that seems inevitable. Like the millennium bug of the late 90s, Practical Quantum Computing looks like the next big turn in this era of internet security and encryption.
A phishing scheme which seeks to steal your Bitcoin and Blockchain wallet details could be lurking around you and which you could easily fall for.
With nearly $8 million in market capitalization, the cryptocurrency attempting to take a slice out of the cloud storage industry largely dominated by huge firms like Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Dropbox, SiaCoin, has begun to break into the mainstream.
Is it possible for you to lose a great deal of money if Apple or any other hardware manufacturer or service provider decide to delete files from your computer?
This Friday the media discuss Google’s prank failure, Bitcoin investment, Ethereum potential and executives not feeling responsible for cybersecurity. Cointelegraph has collected important news to help you stay informed.
CoinTelegraph reached out to Devon Weller, to ask him a few questions about the recent Bitstamp Google Chrome extension scam and Bitcoin security.
At least that’s the position Google’s Director of Ideas Jared Cohen, who believes that Bitcoin has rooted itself onto the global internet community.
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