The security breach of a well-funded blockchain project renewed critiques against its technology this week.
Technologists unveiled a foundation dedicated to rewriting bitcoin's underlying tech, giving the long-controversial idea new wings.
The two startups are offering developers $50,000 to build a wallet that would support almost any token, even those that haven’t been created yet.
Decentralized protocol 0x has raised $775,000 through a SAFT sale last year.
Steve Bannon, the former White House strategist and right-wing firebrand, is now touting the liberating potential of cryptocurrency and blockchain.
Ripple, the startup behind the world's third-largest cryptocurrency, has released two white papers that it hopes will move the technology forward.
If Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg really wants to experiment with decentralized systems, a publicly issued crypto-token would be hell of a way to do it.
Cryptocurrencies emerged as a leading tech in 2017, but 2018 may find them merging with other technologies to become even more ubiquitous.
Ethereum's biggest success story isn't showcasing the full benefits of the platform, at least that's what its critics allege.
A plan to hard fork the bitcoin blockchain, and change its mining algorithm, is emerging. Still in its early stages, what does the new coin offer?