Danny Bradbury has been a professional writer since 1989, and has worked freelance since 1994. He covers technology for publications such as the Guardian.
Financial fraud is easy to hide, as several large companies have shown us. Could blockchain technology make firms more financially accountable?
Bitcoin companies continue to take a hammering from hackers. Where should they look for better security practices?
Bitcoin is great for business-to-business transactions, if both sides know how to use it. What happens if they don't?
The founders of Tapeke want it to be a Mint.com for bitcoin users, tracking transactions from multiple wallets. Hurdles remain, however.
Credit cards are the easiest way to buy bitcoins, but exchanges that don't handle them properly can be hit by chargebacks. What can they do?
Bitcoin’s recently reduced price volatility might be good news for everyday bitcoin users, but could it send a bunch of exchanges off the cliff?
What does The Pirate Bay's recent closure mean for decentralised file sharing? And could the blockchain help to improve the concept?
The sharing economy has huge latent value. Cryptocurrency could help unlock that potential, if we just gave it the chance.
Executives from Coinbase and Blockchain got into an online sparring match recently, in a debate that was about more than security.
Bitcoin's price is unstable because of its fixed supply, say experts. Is there anything we can do to fix that?