The average fees required to send a bitcoin transaction are on the rise again, hitting their highest level in nearly a year in early April.
Amaury Séchet, a leading developer of bitcoin cash, is leaving one of the projects that paved the way for the controversial cryptocurrency.
The latest code version for the lightning network, often trumpeted as the future of bitcoin payments, includes a "block size increase."
Now a year old, bitcoin cash is carving out a unique niche for itself with new applications.
Bitcoin cash recently hard forked and a little less than 20 percent of nodes didn't upgrade. The industry argues over whether that matters or not.
Transaction fees are the talk of the bitcoin ecosystem, with many users upset by the rising cost to send funds, but there are simple ways to cut fees.
Frustrated by crypto transaction fees? This CoinDesk Explainer gives an overview of why they're necessary for the blockchains being built.
Bitcoin cash could have its block size increased next year, according to an early roadmap from Bitcoin ABC.
Often trumpeted as the future of bitcoin, the success of the Lightning Network may come down to economic forces, say researchers.
Bitcoin's attempted '2x' software upgraded is cancelled – and some in the cryptocurrency's community think that's cause for celebration.