Bitcoin's attempted '2x' software upgraded is cancelled – and some in the cryptocurrency's community think that's cause for celebration.
A controversial plan to change the bitcoin software has been abruptly called off, just weeks before its expected release.
With a lull in activity, what's really going on under the Segwit2x hood? According to many developers, now is the calm before the storm.
A group of miners unhappy with scaling proposal Segwit2x have created Bitcoin Cash, an alternative that could fork the bitcoin network on Aug. 1.
A popular bitcoin developer conference is set to hold its fourth installment at a famed California university in November.
In a surprise move, bitcoin's mining community has begun to signal for a controversial code upgrade called Segwit2x by way of a proposal called BIP91.
CoinDesk's research team takes a look at the changing economics of the bitcoin blockchain, using charts to tell the story of the scaling debate.
As bitcoin descends into party politics, contributor Nozomi Hayase makes an appeal for the community to unite behind its original ideals.
CoinDesk rounds up the various announcements from industry startups in the wake of speculation the bitcoin network could see a technical split.
What's the ideal block size? CoinDesk contributor Willy Woo analyzes the charts for answers in his latest opinion piece.