Browsing the "Bitcoin At 10" Tag

Meeting Bitcoiners Online When They Live in the Same City

| Bailey Reutzel and Evan Engel

Bitcoin developer Mark "Murch" Erhardt tells CoinDesk about the most surprising interaction he ever had in his years of running the Bitcoin Stack…

I Underestimated Just How Many Subpoenas I Would Get

| Evan Engel and Pete Rizzo

The number of subpoenas early crypto companies got from misinformed government agencies was "staggering," says Bloq's Steve Beauregard.

My Bank Account Was Frozen for Bitcoin – And It Only Made Me Love Crypto More

| Bailey Reutzel and Evan Engel

The guy who coined the term "hodl" has a real bitcoin story that only made his interest in the technology stronger.

Bitcoin and Blockchain: The Tangled History of Two Tech Buzzwords

| Alyssa Hertig

The word "blockchain" isn't used in the bitcoin white paper, the document that started it all. So, how did the term take off as a buzzword?

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About That Orange B… The History of Bitcoin’s Logos

| Annaliese Milano

Can a logo symbolize the ethos of a project? An industry? An entire movement? Bitcoin's might have come close.

How Lightning Makes Bitcoin Great Again (for Payments)

| Bailey Reutzel and Evan Engel

Lightning Labs' Alex Bosworth talks about how the lightning network provides bitcoin's best hope for becoming the payments network of the future.

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Satoshi Square: How Bitcoin Took Over a Park (And Then the World)

| Evan Engel

Before we knew whether bitcoin was legal or illegal, a group on New Yorkers created an in-person meetup for people to buy, sell and trade the…

Bitcoin Brought Us a New World We Could Have Only Imagined

| Mike Belshe

It's been 10 years since bitcoin's white paper appeared and opened up a whole new world of possibilities, says BitGo's Mike Belshe.

Distributed Ledgers, Not Tokens, Are the True Heirs to Satoshi’s Vision

| Adam Krellenstein

What if bitcoin's white paper wasn't meant to inspire ICOs?