Jameson Lopp is the infrastructure engineer at Casa, creator of statoshi.info and founder of bitcoinsig.com. Jameson is an investor in bitcoin (See: Editorial Policy).
Bitcoin developer and Casa wallet engineer Jameson Lopp recounts his 2017 swatting, and his fight to find his harasser.
Statistics show bitcoin is at the forefront of an increasingly complex ecosystem that continues to grow in a variety of ways. And it refuses to die.
A deep dive into claims that it's safe to remove bitcoin's block size limit and instead rely on existing "simplified payment verification" methods.
Jameson Lopp makes an impassioned plea for more cooperation between the players in the bitcoin space in order that the system can thrive.
Does anyone understand bitcoin? This multifaceted technology is different things to different people, and we should accept that, argues Jameson Lopp.
Ledger's new hardware wallet is the most costly on the market. Does it have the features to justify the expense? BitGo's Jameson Lopp investigates.
CoinDesk takes a look under the hood to understand what security features are and aren't offered by bitcoin.
Bitcoin software engineer Jameson Lopp takes a deep and enlightening dive into the unique attributes that make up blockchains.
Bitcoin may now have a fee market, but that reality doesn't mean the network has optimized for this environment, developer Jameson Lopp argues.
CoinDesk contributor Jameson Lopp traces the history of the cypherpunks, the band of innovators whose beliefs helped inspire the bitcoin movement.