If you can't find a bubble, I guess you just have to create your own.
The first government-approved BitCoin exchange in the US has gone live. As we predicted last week, the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYFDS) has given itBit Trust Company the first charter to be a virtual currency in the world's financial center. NYFDS superintendent Benjamin Lawsky said of the decision: "We …
Thursday 7th May 2015 18:12 GMT NoneSuch
Thursday 7th May 2015 18:21 GMT frank ly
Thursday 7th May 2015 22:07 GMT Mark 85
<sniffs> <looks for the money trail> So who's attempting to pull this one off? This has a feeling like the Winklevoss twins are behind it. They invested heavily in it and are (or maybe were by now) the biggest cheerleaders for the currency. I'm guessing that they're losing money as the market falls. Other than shady malware types and drug purveyors.. is there really a valid use for it? I know the arguments but does anyone actually use Bitcoins on a daily basis? That will be real test.
Tuesday 12th May 2015 11:31 GMT TakeTheSkyRoad
"As we predicted last week....."
Now you're trying to sound informed ?
Just a heads up but shares in the "Bitcoin Investment Trust" have been trading for a week now and you seem to have missed it.
An article search by title shows in order.... itBit, Toaster, itBit, Hack, Ransomware, Mt Gox, Ransomware, Ransomware, Silk Road, Ransomware.... *sigh*
I guess I shouldn't complain at the progress but it's like reading the IT equivalent of the Daily Mail who speaking of which at least managed to mention a drive to push London as a "global bitcoin hub" (well, via reuters).