A study by investor and trader Willy Woo suggests China's bitcoin volume may be 15% lower than long suspected.
CoinDesk reviews the best of the 50 articles that made up our '2016 in Review' series.
Is 'blockchain' failing? Entrepreneur Pavel Kravchenko argues the answer to that question may be in the eye of the beholder.
Noelle Acheson tells us why last week gave a glimpse of how blockchain tech will go mainstream.
Jens Albers examines how he believes the rise of populism in politics could be undone by blockchain technology.
Ledger Labs' Josh Stark breaks the complexities of blockchain law down into two relatively simple categories.
One lawyer is fighting back against what he sees as a government overreach that affects bitcoin users. Here's his story.
Chris Burniske and Adam White discuss their recently published white paper, setting out what they see as the tech's investment potential.
Bitfury's Valery Vavilov argues that blockchain technology will prove key to providing a more secure and inclusive world.
Deloitte's Eric Piscini argues blockchain needs to prove its worth in the boardroom this year – or else risk 'enterprise fatigue'.