The tone distinguishing Crypto Springs from the plethora of blockchain conferences was an acute focus on uncomfortable and open-ended questions.
A new funding round shows that lightning technology isn't just a big hit with bitcoin developers - investors are getting interested, too.
Scientists from IBM Research claim they've found a way to reshape blockchain architectures for energy-constrained internet of things devices.
Using a major bug found and fixed on bitcoin last month, an attacker was able to print 235 million coins on "pigeoncoin."
A long-in-the-works proposal heralded as the best way to bring sidechains to bitcoin has released its first code after three years in development.
In the wake of a severe code vulnerability, bitcoin developers are asking if current code review processes are enough to prevent further failures.
An increasing amount of bitcoin is held by active individual users, suggesting the market is ripe for transactional growth, according to Chainalysis.
From ShapeShift's capitulation to KYC to the New York Attorney General's critical look at exchanges, officialdom is striking heavy blows. Stay tuned.
It used to be that downtime was unheard of on blockchain networks. As new protocols and new trade-offs emerge, that's no longer the case.
This week's major bitcoin bug was even worse than developers let on – it could have been used to effectively print more bitcoin.