While other blockchain experts are starting multi-coin hedge funds or consulting for ICOs, Pierre Rochard is advising investors on bitcoin, period.
Old hands aren't quite sure why there's been a spike in new contributors to bitcoin's open-source code, but they’re quite pleased to see it happen.
Roger Ver's decision to call bitcoin cash "bitcoin" has dredged up a byzantine debate on how exactly the software should be defined and by whom.
Years of work has culminated in Bitcoin Core software getting a "coin selection" upgrade that will lower transaction fees and scale the blockchain.
At a recent annual meeting in New York, bitcoin's volunteer developer discussed their tech priorities for the year ahead.
The Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 update has been officially released, introducing full support for the SegWit wallet and user interfaces.
Bitcoin Core developer Jimmy reveals Platypus Labs, a project at Blockchain Capital to provide fellowships and more to support bitcoin development.
An upcoming Bitcoin Core software release is finally making it easier to use a code change called SegWit in the software's standard wallet.
Bitcoin Core contributor and maintainer Jonas Schnelli is on a mission to make running full nodes easier for non-geeks. Decentralization is at stake.
MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito is joining the ranks of outspoken critics who believe the market for blockchain-based tokens is overheated.