A developer who's never been shy about claiming he created bitcoin is facing overwhelming backlash from notable crypto industry leaders.
A planned hard fork of privacy-centric cryptocurrency monero has just executed and the community is keenly observing the results.
Monero devs think a re-released paper is causing unnecessary stir, but also believe it will help move the crypto's privacy tech forward.
As startups developing bitcoin's Lightning Network start pushing the tech forward, some wonder whether it'll be taken over by corporate interests.
Big miners are eying monero as a next money-maker. The only problem? Developers are taking steps to keep them out entirely.
Zcash's first hard fork is coming up, and devs expect it to activate without a hitch, preparing zcash for bigger, better upgrades in the future.
Blockchain governance is getting a shake-up by a forthcoming blockchain created by one of the co-founders of ethereum.
Stellar isn't so far behind bitcoin in absorbing a faster and cheaper layer touted as the future of cryptocurrency payments.
However distant it may seem, powerful quantum computers have the potential to ruin cryptocurrency, and developers are already devising solutions.
Giving away free money isn't as simple as it sounds in crypto. In fact, an upcoming plan to do just that is being labeled an attack by some.