When it came to its own bottom line, the tech giant got in bed with the government.
The virtual currency is opening up new forms of crime.
Police say the culprits used the computational power of compromised computers to solve the complex math problems that generate new bitcoins.
ESEA settled with the state of New Jersey for $1 million. A California case is still pending.
If Bitcoin miners decided to collude, they could beat the system
An employee of competitive gaming league E-Sports Entertainment Association (ESEA) has been fired for turning the company’s software into his own personal Bitcoin-mining network.