Jimmy Song's Programming Blockchain workshop taught me about a lot more than bitcoin.
A conference in Miami played host to evidence of a growing schism in the crypto community between passionate developers and fly-by-night traders.
Bitcoin's markets may be booming but it's the network's rare development talent that may be most valuable.
Developer Ariel Deschapell argues that the Segwit2x bitcoin fork is a broken attempt to change bitcoin, and that it's destined to fail.
A look at bitcoin's scaling debate and what the history of money can teach us about the best path forward for protocol development.
As ICO mania subsides, CoinDesk contributor Ariel Deschapell argues the increased experimentation that will result is likely an industry boon.
Gamification emerged as a major trend at the third-annual Miami Bitcoin Hackathon this week. Here's our summary of the event:
Cryptocurrencies aren't just an experiment in monetary theory, but also a radical experiment in decentralized governance, says Ariel Deschapell.
In this opinion piece, contributor Ariel Deschapell asks, can bitcoin have decentralized governance without defining decentralization?
Are bitcoin's short-term scaling issues holding back adoption? Contributor Ariel Deschapell argues the answer is no.