Amid controversy, bitcoin developers see a need to begin researching more drastic technical changes to the network.
The idea that bitcoin and blockchains run on "consensus" among their users is counterproductive, argues Jim harper.
CoinDesk explores how the ethereum hard fork affected sentiment regarding bitcoin's long-raging block size debate.
In this opinion piece, contributor Ariel Deschapell asks, can bitcoin have decentralized governance without defining decentralization?
In this opinion piece, author William Mougayar breaks down the term "community" and what it means for blockchain governance.
CoinDesk analyzes the recent decrease in transaction capacity on the bitcoin network and its affect on bitcoin users.
MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito looks at the current state of bitcoin and the blockchain, calling for unity amid an uncertain time for the industry.
A group of bitcoin miners, exchanges and service providers have issued a letter stating that they would not back hard forks of the network.
Writer Nozomi Hayase looks at how bitcoin's scalability debate should be seen as just another phase in the growth of the digital currency.
The first release for the alternative bitcoin implementation of Bitcoin Classic has been published.