One developer is quietly working on splitting up bitcoin's codebase – an effort aimed to give users more flexibility and developers more clarity.
Bitcoin Core's latest software includes optimizations designed to boost SegWit, a scaling upgrade that's still slowly rolling out across the network.
The controversial code underlying bitcoin scaling proposal Segwit2x is moving toward production, according to project leaders.
The developer team behind the Segwit2x scaling proposal is set to announce a formal date for a planned bitcoin hard fork today.
Segwit2x has reconfirmed plans to move forward with its 2mb hard fork in three months. Will this lead to another split?
Missed Tuesday's bitcoin fork? CoinDesk recaps the day's events, outlining how a band of miners broke off of bitcoin to create a new network.
CoinDesk's Alyssa Hertig looks at the varied industry reactions to Bitcoin Cash, a variant of bitcoin said to be launching today.
CoinDesk compiles its feature articles and explainers on Bitcoin Cash ahead of its expected fork on Tuesday.
A deep dive into claims that it's safe to remove bitcoin's block size limit and instead rely on existing "simplified payment verification" methods.
How can miners block bitcoin changes? CoinDesk takes a look at how the network upgrades and the role these parties play.