Jimmy Song's Programming Blockchain workshop taught me about a lot more than bitcoin.
However distant it may seem, powerful quantum computers have the potential to ruin cryptocurrency, and developers are already devising solutions.
Big investors are lining up to back the startup behind the most advanced implementation of bitcoin's in-development Lightning Network.
Upcoming legislation in the U.S. could have an impact on cryptocurrency use in the sex industry, and those affected are speaking out.
You've probably heard of "forks," a way of making changes to cryptocurrencies. Now researchers are realizing there's a new kind.
Square is in the process of applying for a BitLicense in a bid to expand its Cash App's bitcoin option to New York residents.
One of Japan's largest electric companies is intrigued by bitcoin's early-stage Lightning Network, so much so they're testing it out.
Comedian John Oliver rightly warned his audience about the risks of cryptocurrency, but his comparisons to Beanie Babies and gambling missed the mark.
From a network design perspective, bitcoin is ugly. As with as city, you have to experience it from a bottom-up perspective to understand its allure.
Scams, death, network takeover attacks. There's no shortage of strange ways users can lose money in the cryptocurrency wild west.