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Japanese police have arrested the CEO of the failed company MtGox, which was once the world’s biggest exchange of the virtual currency, bitcoin. Mark Karpeles, 30, is being held in connection with the loss of bitcoins worth $387m (£247m, €351m)

Clever criminals have devised a gadget to steal credit card information, and across the states they have been employing it to everyone’s detriment. The device is called a “Skimmer.” The criminal places it on top of a credit card reader

Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared his first statement on bitcoin and digital currencies in an educational forum broadcast on national TV network Russia 24. Putin indicated his view that the Bank of Russia, the country’s central bank, has so far

With bank doors slammed shut, frantic Greeks are turning to online trading platforms to see if Bitcoin is a better bet than the Euro. Ten times as many Greeks are registering to trade bitcoins on the German marketplace Bitcoin.de than

MasterCard is lobbying the UK government for raised regulation of bitcoin and other digital currencies that pose a menace to its legacy credit-cards business, as it tries to adapt to the transformation of a payments industry long overdue for change

We’ve heard that IBM is a huge Bitcoin adopter and they made a Bitcoin Rain at Campus Party 2015 (CPBR8), in São Paulo Expo in Brasil. At first we tough it was just a small giveaway. But they actually spent

Bitcoin Conference is going to make a mash on Europe. Meet the conference dedicated to the currency of the future in Prague! Everyone has heard about a mysterious currency Bitcoin, but maybe not everyone knows where and what you can

The Mathematical Symphony of Typography As it turns out, this symphony is not unique to websites. You “hear” it every time you read a book, newspaper, magazine, or web site—every place where typography exists. At first glance, you might think

The Mathematical Symphony of Typography As it turns out, this symphony is not unique to websites. You “hear” it every time you read a book, newspaper, magazine, or web site—every place where typography exists. At first glance, you might think

The Mathematical Symphony of Typography As it turns out, this symphony is not unique to websites. You “hear” it every time you read a book, newspaper, magazine, or web site—every place where typography exists. At first glance, you might think