Issue #37

Bitstamp Back Online

After losing over $5 million in bitcoin due to a malicious attack, Bitstamp is operational once again. (arstechnica.com)

The Bitcoin Lobby

The decentralized, anonymously created currency has managed to muster money and people to lobby on its behalf. (nymag.com)

Bitcoin Price Crashes Below $200

After two days of heavy losses, the price declined to a low of $170. (cnbc.com)

Pey Creates 3D Printed Terminals

In a country where cash transactions are the norm, a new hardware company based in Germany is attempting to popularize its new Bitcoin device. (venturebeat.com)

Russia Moves Against Bitcoin

Russian regulators have blocked access to several Bitcoin related sites, claiming the digital currency is part of the shadow economy. (gigaom.com)

Companies See Value In Converting To Dollars

Though many businesses are now accepting bitcoin, the majority continue to convert the digital currency to dollars. (time.com)