Bitcoin cash saw a big boost today, spurred like many recent rallies by strong volumes from South Korea's local exchanges.
Bitcoin is trading at an all-time high, and with another contentious hard fork coming, the reasons why have experts wondering.
A plan to hard fork the bitcoin blockchain, and change its mining algorithm, is emerging. Still in its early stages, what does the new coin offer?
The chaos of bitcoin's scaling debate has pushed other public protocol's consensus mechanisms into a more strict and orderly framework.
Recent commentary among developers hints at how bitcoin cash may seek to improve its technology and further its already large economic network.
Jimmy Song takes a look at developments on the bitcoin cash blockchain, arguing it's providing evidence of shifting miner behavior.
CoinDesk's Ash Bennington charts the explosive growth in South Korea's crypto trading volume, contrasting it with Canada's continued woes.
As bitcoin cash's budding market continues to develop, CoinDesk looks at why some major exchanges haven't yet opted to list the coin.
Bitcoin and bitcoin cash continue to compete for miner support in what has become an evolving ballet between the two blockchains.
SegWit will finally activate on bitcoin today after years of debate. But, what exactly is the code change and what does it enable?