Participants in the “Proof of Keys” movement will be taking their money out of third-party bitcoin services, moving it to accounts only they control.
The artist behind a giant, inflatable, rat-shaped piece of protest art dedicated to bitcoin is at it again – this time at the DC Fed.
After a year of peaceful hard fork upgrades, bitcoin cash is in the throes of a fiery debate over its future – one that could lead to a chain split.
Little-known ethereum project Lition is live and quietly helping German citizens hunt down cheaper energy options.
At the Lightning Hackday, it was hard to keep up with all the futuristic ideas for bitcoin’s layer-two, but some devs are focusing on the basics.
Devs are looking to make bitcoin’s layer-two lightning network compatible with a payment standard used by all major browsers – and so far, so good.
A new crypto paper arrived today bearing a familiar (and mysterious) pseudonym.
A bit of a debate has revved up about bitcoin’s “time warp attack” and whether it’s an exploit or an unintended advantage.
Three years in the making, bitcoin’s first sidechain “Liquid” is now live, but it’s not as decentralized as you might think.
A public art installation in New York is turning heads in what its creator hopes will be a commentary on bitcoin and government money management.