Login Area Friday, August 5th, 2011 From the desk of Tom Williams, operator of MyBitcoin.com For immediate release. After careful analysis of the intrusion we have concluded that the software that waited for Bitcoin confirmations was far too lenient. An unknown attacker was able to forge Bitcoin deposits via the Shopping Cart Interface (SCI) and withdraw confirmed/older Bitcoins. Bitcoin News Network: Kevin Day Makes Show Of Good Faith In the recent controversy surrounding Mt. Gox and the major security breach they (and the entire Bitcoin community) experienced, the Bitcoin community seems to be in civil dispute about what should happen to the 643 BTC that Kevin Day acquired at a ludicrous rate of 0.0101 USD on Sunday, night of the Bitcoin hackcrash. Community members seem to be trying to burn Kevin at the stake, questioning his actions and morals, some even claiming him to actually be the Mt. Gox perpetrator.
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Digital Black Friday: First Bitcoin "Depression" Hits Much like the New York Stock Exchange, Bitcoin exchanges have suffered from their first massive loss -- a virtual "Black Friday", so to speak. (Source: Google Images) Some say Bitcoins could make buying illegal drugs easier. However, in reality Bitcoins are far from "untraceable". (Source: YouTube/Beardo/Dirt Nasty) Mt.
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There's Now A Crowdfunded 'Assassination Market' In Which People Pay Bitcoins To Have Public Figures Killed The more we learn about Bitcoin, the more it seems like it was designed exclusively for criminals. And now it seems that Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht isn’t the only one who has turned to the digital currency to finance murders. According to Forbes, an anarchist who goes by the pseudonym Kuwakatake Sanjuro has created a crowdfunding service that lets people anonymously contribute Bitcoin towards the assassination of government officials.