CoinDesk is announcing the latest addition to its New York-based editorial team – outgoing American Banker editor-in-chief Marc Hochstein.
Bitcoin has taught its early adopters the value of delayed gratification, giving the lie to the old saw that cryptocurrency serves no social purpose.…
Sorting the signal from the noise may be harder in the cryptocurrency space than almost anywhere else.
The identity or character of a creator has little bearing on the value of the creation – that's why the obsession with unmasking Satoshi was so…
A second class action lawsuit has been filed against the founders of blockchain startup Tezos, alleging violation of U.S. securities law.
Unlike money in the bank, cryptocurrency can't be unilaterally seized by governments, clawing back a modicum of power for the individual.
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.
Disappointed in the way ICOs are often handled, and needing wide distribution, Blockstack has dropped the pre-sale for its upcoming token launch.
It's going to be a stressful month for bitcoin, but in the big picture, breakups can be healthy for the ecosystem – and possibly for society.
CoinDesk has added a valuable new member to its U.S. editorial division – veteran Observer reporter Brady Dale.