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
Swiss bank Vontobel and Leonteq Securities announced that they will start trading Switzerland’s first two mini futures to short bitcoin on Friday.
Bitcoin's astonishing price rally this year continues to attract skeptics, including the CIO of Japan Post Bank.
Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman has added to recent criticism of bitcoin in new comments.
A new paper outlines an additional layer to the Lightning Network that would make payment channels even more scalable.
The mere option of forking not only empowers cryptocurrency users when they leave a project, but also when they stay, writes Taylor Pearson.
A paper outlining "Bulletproofs" contends to cut the down the size of confidential transactions, a long-anticipated privacy technology for bitcoin.
A state-owned electric utility in China is rebuffing rumors that bitcoin mining has been deemed illegal by the government.
Unlike money in the bank, cryptocurrency can't be unilaterally seized by governments, clawing back a modicum of power for the individual.
Bitcoin cash appears to be successfully navigating a planned hard fork. At press time, the majority of the network nodes (roughly 82 percent) have…