There’s a patent land grab developing that could potentially make doing business more challenging for blockchain startups.
Two legal experts argue that we need enhanced due diligence before smart contract transactions are written in "blockchain stone".
BlockCypher's Josh Cincinnati critiques a recent NYTimes article that suggested bitcoin's immutable ledger of transactions is its weakness.
Should 'trustless-ness' be a requirement for transacting safely in a free-market economy?
George Samman, former CMO of Fuzo, looks at how solutions like zero knowledge proofs could preserve privacy on blockchain platforms.
Cryptocurrencies aren't just an experiment in monetary theory, but also a radical experiment in decentralized governance, says Ariel Deschapell.
Bank blockchain leads are leaving to build startups, a trend signalling that opportunities in the private blockchain space remain abundant.
In this op-ed, Jonathan and Robert Wolinsky of the Genesis Project focus on the blockchain technology industry's inability to deliver on its promise.
In this opinion piece, entrepreneur John Rampton recalls the lessons he learned when trying to apply blockchain solutions to his startup.
Researcher Bob Wolinsky looks at the challenges facing permissioned blockchains, arguing they are unable to provide immutable records.