The coming release of Bitcoin Core will finally, natively allow users to connect bitcoin full nodes to hardware wallets.
In a new interview, bitcoin's lead maintainer, Wlad van der Laan, argues any change to the cryptocurrency's supply would erode its utility and value.
A bit of a debate has revved up about bitcoin's "time warp attack" and whether it's an exploit or an unintended advantage.
The tone distinguishing Crypto Springs from the plethora of blockchain conferences was an acute focus on uncomfortable and open-ended questions.
Using a major bug found and fixed on bitcoin last month, an attacker was able to print 235 million coins on "pigeoncoin."
In the wake of a severe code vulnerability, bitcoin developers are asking if current code review processes are enough to prevent further failures.
This week's major bitcoin bug was even worse than developers let on – it could have been used to effectively print more bitcoin.
Investors are looking forward to Decred's new approach to blockchain governance – in part, because its devs are opening up $20 million in tokens.
An abnormally severe bug has been discovered in bitcoin's software, with possible ramifications for lightning users.
A new version of Bitcoin Core is coming, including a new key language and more. CoinDesk assembles the earliest and most interesting details.