Japan's GMO Internet Group has developed a new mobile app that aims to introduce the public to bitcoin simply by playing games.
The lightning network is still new, but a group of its devs are already thinking about an alternative technology to better protect users' funds.
A recently completed MIT test showcases how bitcoin might not just scale, but do so in a way where it's transactions are more expressive than today.
From miner adoption to a lightning-like network to new partners, RSK, which developed the bitcoin smart contracts sidechain, is building momentum.
Developers have proposed testing the Dandelion privacy mechanism on large number of active nodes.
With luck, the lightning network will become a part of everyday life no one has to think about. We're not there yet.
Old hands aren't quite sure why there's been a spike in new contributors to bitcoin's open-source code, but they’re quite pleased to see it happen.
Defending cryptocurrencies against the centralizing forces of ASIC mining chips requires more than coding fixes; human governance is also critical.
Roger Ver's decision to call bitcoin cash "bitcoin" has dredged up a byzantine debate on how exactly the software should be defined and by whom.
17 million done, four million to go.