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  1. Bitcoin Tycoon Who Oversaw Mt. Gox Implosion Gets Suspended Sentence

    Mark Karpelès, who ran the exchange that helped make the cryptocurrency a household name, was found guilty of falsifying data by a Japanese court.
    By BEN DOOLEY


  2. How a Bitcoin Evangelist Made Himself Vanish, in 15 (Not So Easy) Steps

    Step No. 10: Buy a decoy house to fool the D.M.V.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER


  3. Facebook and Telegram Are Hoping to Succeed Where Bitcoin Failed

    Even as cryptocurrency prices have plunged, several big tech companies are working on their own digital tokens for use in text messaging systems.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER and MIKE ISAAC


  4. Bitcoin Has Saved My Family

    “Borderless money” is more than a buzzword when you live in a collapsing economy and a collapsing dictatorship.
    By CARLOS HERNÁNDEZ


  5. Ivory Tower

    Is Blockchain Technology Overhyped?

    Two books by legal scholars argue that the revolutionary promise of the new database tool has been exaggerated.
    By JAMES RYERSON


  6. JPMorgan Chase Moves to Be First Big U.S. Bank With Its Own Cryptocurrency

    The firm’s new digital token, JPM Coin, is another step in Wall Street’s evolving approach to using blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies.
    By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED and NATHANIEL POPPER


  7. Cryptocurrency Was Their Way Out of South Korea’s Lowest Rungs. They’re Still Trying.

    A generation of the young with dead-end social and economic prospects, calling themselves “dirt spoons,” aimed to strike it rich. They’ve ended up with big losses.
    By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON and SU-HYUN LEE


  8. Behind Tech’s Shine, Some Warnings Signs Appear

    From Apple to Nvidia, tech companies say business is slowing. Among the reasons: China and a Bitcoin slump. It may be just a bump — until it’s not.
    By DAVID STREITFELD and DON CLARK


  9. How Bitcoin Could Help Iran Undermine U.S. Sanctions

    The cryptocurrency could allow Iranians to make international payments without using the U.S. banking system, an important lever of American power.
    By THOMAS ERDBRINK


  10. Despite Bitcoin’s Dive, a Former Soviet Republic Is Still Betting Big on It

    Tax breaks, land deals and cheap energy have spurred cryptocurrency mining in Georgia, which wants to be a digital data leader.
    By LIZ ALDERMAN


  1. White Collar Watch

    From Goldman’s 1MDB Scandal to Bitcoin, Here’s a Look Ahead at 2019

    Our columnist offers some thoughts on topics that should remain of interest in 2019.
    By PETER J. HENNING


  2. Remember Bitcoin? Some Investors Might Want to Forget

    It was fun while it lasted. Cryptocurrencies soared and then they crashed. But true aficionados believe the underlying blockchain still has potential.
    By NELLIE BOWLES


  3. White Collar Watch

    Can Cryptocurrencies Survive the Start of Government Regulation?

    The government has finally begun to seriously investigate the market for cryptocurrencies and digital tokens. Expect casualties.
    By PETER J. HENNING


  4. First Words

    Who’s Living in a ‘Bubble’?

    It’s easy to imagine other people are stuck in their insular little worlds. But you’re probably no better at spotting such bubbles than anyone else.
    By SASHA CHAPIN


  5. Iranians Accused in Cyberattacks, Including One That Hobbled Atlanta

    The suspects chose targets with the means to pay ransom and a need to put their systems back online quickly, law enforcement officials said.
    By NICOLE PERLROTH and KATIE BENNER


  6. 5 Reasons Cryptocurrency Prices Are Plunging Again

    A year ago, Bitcoin and other digital currencies were booming. Here’s why things look so much bleaker now.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER


  7. Bitcoin’s ‘First Felon’ Faces More Legal Trouble

    Charlie Shrem went to prison in 2015 after he pleaded guilty to helping people buy drugs online. Now he’s being sued by the Winklevoss twins.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER


  8. A Cryptocurrency Millionaire Wants to Build a Utopia in Nevada

    A man spent millions on an enormous plot of land near Reno. Now he wants to build a community based on the blockchain technology introduced by Bitcoin.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER


  9. Another View

    I Created ‘The Bernank’ on YouTube. And I Was Mostly Wrong.

    Nearly eight years ago, I published a cartoon that was critical of the Federal Reserve’s response to the financial crisis. Here’s what I’ve learned since.
    By OMID MALEKAN


  10. A Bitcoin Miner Tests Investor Appetite: What to Watch Today

    Bitmain, a major seller of cryptocurrency mining equipment, filed to go public. But cryptocurrency turmoil could give prospective shareholders pause.
    By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED


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  1. Bitcoin Tycoon Who Oversaw Mt. Gox Implosion Gets Suspended Sentence

    Mark Karpelès, who ran the exchange that helped make the cryptocurrency a household name, was found guilty of falsifying data by a Japanese court.
    By BEN DOOLEY


  2. How a Bitcoin Evangelist Made Himself Vanish, in 15 (Not So Easy) Steps

    Step No. 10: Buy a decoy house to fool the D.M.V.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER


  3. Facebook and Telegram Are Hoping to Succeed Where Bitcoin Failed

    Even as cryptocurrency prices have plunged, several big tech companies are working on their own digital tokens for use in text messaging systems.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER and MIKE ISAAC


  4. Bitcoin Has Saved My Family

    “Borderless money” is more than a buzzword when you live in a collapsing economy and a collapsing dictatorship.
    By CARLOS HERNÁNDEZ


  5. Ivory Tower

    Is Blockchain Technology Overhyped?

    Two books by legal scholars argue that the revolutionary promise of the new database tool has been exaggerated.
    By JAMES RYERSON


  6. JPMorgan Chase Moves to Be First Big U.S. Bank With Its Own Cryptocurrency

    The firm’s new digital token, JPM Coin, is another step in Wall Street’s evolving approach to using blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies.
    By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED and NATHANIEL POPPER


  7. Cryptocurrency Was Their Way Out of South Korea’s Lowest Rungs. They’re Still Trying.

    A generation of the young with dead-end social and economic prospects, calling themselves “dirt spoons,” aimed to strike it rich. They’ve ended up with big losses.
    By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON and SU-HYUN LEE


  8. Behind Tech’s Shine, Some Warnings Signs Appear

    From Apple to Nvidia, tech companies say business is slowing. Among the reasons: China and a Bitcoin slump. It may be just a bump — until it’s not.
    By DAVID STREITFELD and DON CLARK


  9. How Bitcoin Could Help Iran Undermine U.S. Sanctions

    The cryptocurrency could allow Iranians to make international payments without using the U.S. banking system, an important lever of American power.
    By THOMAS ERDBRINK


  10. Despite Bitcoin’s Dive, a Former Soviet Republic Is Still Betting Big on It

    Tax breaks, land deals and cheap energy have spurred cryptocurrency mining in Georgia, which wants to be a digital data leader.
    By LIZ ALDERMAN


  1. White Collar Watch

    From Goldman’s 1MDB Scandal to Bitcoin, Here’s a Look Ahead at 2019

    Our columnist offers some thoughts on topics that should remain of interest in 2019.
    By PETER J. HENNING


  2. Remember Bitcoin? Some Investors Might Want to Forget

    It was fun while it lasted. Cryptocurrencies soared and then they crashed. But true aficionados believe the underlying blockchain still has potential.
    By NELLIE BOWLES


  3. White Collar Watch

    Can Cryptocurrencies Survive the Start of Government Regulation?

    The government has finally begun to seriously investigate the market for cryptocurrencies and digital tokens. Expect casualties.
    By PETER J. HENNING


  4. First Words

    Who’s Living in a ‘Bubble’?

    It’s easy to imagine other people are stuck in their insular little worlds. But you’re probably no better at spotting such bubbles than anyone else.
    By SASHA CHAPIN


  5. Iranians Accused in Cyberattacks, Including One That Hobbled Atlanta

    The suspects chose targets with the means to pay ransom and a need to put their systems back online quickly, law enforcement officials said.
    By NICOLE PERLROTH and KATIE BENNER


  6. 5 Reasons Cryptocurrency Prices Are Plunging Again

    A year ago, Bitcoin and other digital currencies were booming. Here’s why things look so much bleaker now.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER


  7. Bitcoin’s ‘First Felon’ Faces More Legal Trouble

    Charlie Shrem went to prison in 2015 after he pleaded guilty to helping people buy drugs online. Now he’s being sued by the Winklevoss twins.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER


  8. A Cryptocurrency Millionaire Wants to Build a Utopia in Nevada

    A man spent millions on an enormous plot of land near Reno. Now he wants to build a community based on the blockchain technology introduced by Bitcoin.
    By NATHANIEL POPPER


  9. Another View

    I Created ‘The Bernank’ on YouTube. And I Was Mostly Wrong.

    Nearly eight years ago, I published a cartoon that was critical of the Federal Reserve’s response to the financial crisis. Here’s what I’ve learned since.
    By OMID MALEKAN


  10. A Bitcoin Miner Tests Investor Appetite: What to Watch Today

    Bitmain, a major seller of cryptocurrency mining equipment, filed to go public. But cryptocurrency turmoil could give prospective shareholders pause.
    By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED


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