The Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 update has been officially released, introducing full support for the SegWit wallet and user interfaces.
Last updated: 22 February, 2018 SegWit (short for Segregated Witness) is a protocol upgrade that changes the way data is stored. It was activated on…
An upcoming Bitcoin Core software release is finally making it easier to use a code change called SegWit in the software's standard wallet.
The code original designed for one of bitcoin's most controversial software proposals is being repurposed for a new objective.
The Segwit2x bitcoin fork may have been formally called off, but as many as 150 nodes still running its code have stopped accepting transaction blocks
Following the suspension of the Segwit2x hard fork, bitcoin prices rose to new record highs yesterday, before falling to a low of $7,058 today.
Bitcoin startups must have the tech's best interests in mind? Entrepreneur Edan Yago argues that in the case of Segwit2x, this has proven untrue.
Developer Ariel Deschapell argues that the Segwit2x bitcoin fork is a broken attempt to change bitcoin, and that it's destined to fail.
CoinDesk continues its Segwit2x feature series with a look at how miners view the proposal and the open questions left regarding their support.
Bitcoin developers, once outraged by the Segwit2x hard fork, are now indifferent, believing it stands no chance of replacing bitcoin.