How can miners block bitcoin changes? CoinDesk takes a look at how the network upgrades and the role these parties play.
The long-running bitcoin wallet Multibit is being discontinued, the firm that bought it last year has announced.
A milestone has been hit in the potential activation of Segregated Witness, code that would upgrade the network's capacity.
CoinDesk takes a look at new developments in the Mt Gox case, attempting to provide an easy-to-read overview of the complex events.
A group of miners unhappy with scaling proposal Segwit2x have created Bitcoin Cash, an alternative that could fork the bitcoin network on Aug. 1.
How far away is bitcoin from a capacity upgrade? While technical progress is being made, things are far from set in stone.
The creative coder behind a clever way to enact SegWit doesn't believe a new proposal for the network is in its best interest.
Perhaps no coder is more at the center of bitcoin's raging scaling debate than Jeff Garzik – here he talks about the network's future.
Cato Institute's Jim Harper argues that, since the scaling debate is so political, the community has something to learn from Washington, D.C.
BIP 91 has locked in. Before you celebrate, here's what you need to know about what's happening with bitcoin's code.