A controversial bitcoin alternative that offers owners and miners a choice of block size may be making a comeback.
Amid controversy, bitcoin developers see a need to begin researching more drastic technical changes to the network.
A new proposal could make it easier for bitcoin exchanges to guard against hacks, but key challenges around enacting the change are slowing advances.
A forthcoming bitcoin software update will be the first to feature preliminary code for a future scaling upgrade.
A conference series started in the wake of bitcoin's ongoing block size debate will see a third installment in 2016.
Is immutability becoming the next overhyped blockchain buzzword? Bitcoin pundit Chris DeRose discusses in his latest op-ed.
Bitcoin's main development team is taking its first steps toward democratizing and lower barriers to entry to its ongoing tech efforts.
After months of testing, bitcoin's long-sought scaling solution Segregated Witness is moving forward to launch.
Former Bitcoin Foundation global counsel Jim Harper discusses the challenges of applying open-source development practices to a blockchain world.
Writer Nozomi Hayase looks at how bitcoin's scalability debate should be seen as just another phase in the growth of the digital currency.