The block size debate, long one of the defining challenges hanging over bitcoin's tech community, took an interesting twist late last month. A…
The Passion of 'Bitcoin Jesus': How The Blockchain's Most Beloved Investor Became its Most Polarizing
Roger Ver, a key figure among bitcoin’s first disciples is now the community's biggest advocate for the minority side of the block-size debate.
Day two at the Satoshi Roundtable saw guests try to break new ground on some of the larger issues facing bitcoin and regroup around its core values.
The head of a Chinese mining pool backing an alternative bitcoin implementation completed a Reddit AMA earlier today.
Bitcoin network data shows that 25 percent of nodes worldwide are signaling support for Segregated Witness.
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.