CoinDesk rounds up the various announcements from industry startups in the wake of speculation the bitcoin network could see a technical split.
Don't know a hard fork from a soft fork? This guide is designed to help you follow bitcoin's raging technical debates.
Should the bitcoin network split into rival chains, those impacted in the fallout may be unable to turn to courts for recourse, lawyers say.
A proposal for how bitcoin wallets could be protected under adversarial conditions is seeing discussion among Bitcoin Core developers.
As tensions rise in bitcoin's scaling debate, support is growing for a solution that could sideline miners should they try to force a code change.
The developers behind an alternative bitcoin software took steps today to allay fears that an upgrade to its code would be disruptive to the market.
An experimental 'user-activated soft fork' for pushing through a controversial bitcoin code change took another step forward this week
Does anyone understand bitcoin? This multifaceted technology is different things to different people, and we should accept that, argues Jameson Lopp.
MIT-funded developer Cory Fields discusses his work overhauling the code for Bitcoin Core's peer-to-peer layer – a task that was anything but easy.
A unique proposal aimed at scaling bitcoin’s transaction capacity via sidechains has been revealed in a new white paper.