A group of researchers has proposed a new way to more closely monitor the behavior of nodes that relay information on a blockchain network.
A proposal to study bitcoin regulation in North Dakota has reportedly run into some opposition.
The executive arm of the European Union government is planning to expand its work on blockchain, an official said last week.
Ethereum has been criticized by some for its lack of production-ready projects, but a number of dapps are now making significant progress.
Microsoft and professional services firm KPMG have announced the opening of new innovation workshops focused on blockchain development.
The NSD's director of innovation, Artem Duvanov, says blockchains are only useful when recording legally binding information.
Luis Buenaventura looks at new rules aimed at bitcoin firms in the Philippines, arguing that, cost burden aside, there's reason to be optimistic.
Impending EU laws, although not aimed directly at the blockchain industry, could prove impactful to its practices, says attorney Jacek Czarnecki.
Ether prices surged on 14th February, pushing higher amid a strong pickup in trading volume and a leveraged market.
Work on ethereum's next scheduled software release is advancing according to the blockchain platform's creator.