Confused about the current state of bitcoin's 'block size debate'? CoinDesk rounds up thoughts from a recent influx of blogs on the subject.
Long-time bitcoin developer Mike Hearn officially “left” the project this week, creating a negative narrative that was seized by the press.
Litecoin creator Charlie Lee discusses the trade-offs developers are currently considering as they seek to increase the bitcoin network's capacity.
A newly introduced proposal for how the bitcoin network can be scaled to handle greater transaction volumes is gaining traction among developers.
Highlights of day two of Scaling Bitcoin included the debut of segregated witnesses and a roundtable discussion between developers and China's miners.
CoinDesk speaks to developers seeking to update the functionality of bitcoin's technology to allow for cost-effective micropayments.
A new proposal called Bitcoin-NG is envisioned as a solution to "inherent problems" in blockchain design, both in bitcoin and alternative ledgers.
CoinDesk recaps Day 2 of Scaling Bitcoin, a two-day developer conference held this weekend in Montreal.
More than 30 bitcoin developers and contributors have signed a letter that discusses how the project aims to achieve consensus for scalability.
Bitcoin is divided. The crux of the issue comes down to a single technical detail: the size of bitcoin’s blocks.