Prosecutors say they seized 144,336 bitcoins from Ulbricht's computers

Bitcoin millionaire: US entrepreneur in drug website case wants his $30m in virtual currency back from police

An Internet entrepreneur accused of being behind an online marketplace for illegal drugs has asked the US government to return more than $30 million (£18 million) in bitcoin seized from his computers.

America's Smithsonian museum declares video games are art, adds two to permanent collection

One game has players embody the wind, carrying petals across a meadow; the other uses minimalistic graphics to 'deconstruct the gaming experience'

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EU banking watchdog warns of violent fluctuations and lack of protection

Google lets you create your own Street View locations and load them online with your phone

The familiar panoramas can now be created by anyone

Scientists solve bizarre mystery of Mima mounds – they are not the work of aliens…

New research suggests geological anomalies are not Native American burial sites but are created by gophers over hundreds of years

Five questions about: The Bitcoin bubble

This is the virtual currency, isn't it. Can I make a mint from it?

Donald MacInnes: Surprise, Surprise! There is a limit to American overspending

As we trudge ever onwards towards Santa's ghastly grotto, bearing that annual downcast air; heading for yet another financial cavity search of Christmas spending, I thought it timeous that I address some possible differences between how we approach emptying our bank accounts in celebration of the birth of Jesus (how apt, how suitable... not) and how our American third-cousins-twice-removed do so.

Alan Greenspan

Alan Greenspan blasts Bitcoin as Beijing moves to ban the virtual currency

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has hit out at the virtual currency describing it as a "bubble" in a television interview.

The dark net market 'Sheep Marketplace' rose to prominence after the closure of the the illegal Silk Road website by the FBI in October.

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The dark net market 'Sheep Marketplace' rose to prominence after the closure of the the illegal Silk Road website

Amazon sets all-time sales record thanks to Cyber Monday

Amazon UK had its busiest day of sales ever as pre-Christmas shoppers hit the internet for Cyber Monday.

'We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience,' said Susan Allen, RBS director of customer relations

NatWest and RBS Cyber Monday card glitch:
Bank faces millions of pounds of compensation claims after chief executive admits 'decades' of under-investment in IT systems

Technical failure left customers unable to use credit and debit cards for three hours while the banks’ websites and smartphone apps were also affected

Cyber Monday: UK braces for what could be busiest online shopping day in history

Metropolitan Police issue checklist of advice for people to stay safe while buying on the internet

Bitcoin is an experimental digital currency that has gained popularity worldwide

Where there's muck there's (virtual) brass: Newport man accidentally throws away hard drive needed to access £4m worth of 'Bitcoins'

James Howells accidentally threw away a hard drive containing the cryptographic "private key" needed to access the digital currency

Bitcoin is an experimental digital currency that has gained popularity worldwide

Bitcoin value surpasses $1,000 for first time

The price at which a single unit of the digital currency trades has risen dramatically in recent months

Bitcoin price: exchange rate soars above $600 ahead of US Senate hearing

Letter from US Federal Reserve chairman highlights the "long-term promise" of virtual currencies

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