Ethereum's creator has proposed a new fee to help keep the cryptocurrency decentralized.
Blockchain governance is getting a shake-up by a forthcoming blockchain created by one of the co-founders of ethereum.
While many think crypto transaction fees should be pushed lower, these researchers believe users could be paying more.
Ether's long-term price floor looks to have dropped to $300, courtesy of a bearish head-and-shoulders breakdown.
However distant it may seem, powerful quantum computers have the potential to ruin cryptocurrency, and developers are already devising solutions.
Little-known startup Loom Network claims it's ready to take on ethereum's thorny scaling problems with a centralized version of sidechains.
You've probably heard of "forks," a way of making changes to cryptocurrencies. Now researchers are realizing there's a new kind.
An ethereum event provided evidence that when it comes to a path forward on governance, the world's second-largest blockchain is going its own way.
In a keynote speech at an ethereum developer meetup last week, JP Morgan's blockchain lead opened up about her thinking on the tech and its future.
Scams, death, network takeover attacks. There's no shortage of strange ways users can lose money in the cryptocurrency wild west.