CoinDesk's Bailey Reutzel examines the darker side of dogecoin, chronicling the scams that almost killed the iconic project.
Is dogecoin dying? Can a cryptocurrency truly be killed? CoinDesk explores the so-called joke currency in a new feature piece.
Dogetipbot has announced it will go open-source just over one year after raising $445,000 from investors including Blackbird Ventures.
CoinDesk profiles Whit Jackson, the 15-year-old developer working to make Ethereum easier for developers.
Lionsgate Films, the production studio behind titles such as The Hunger Games and The Day After Tomorrow, has partnered with GoCoin.
Dogecoin founder Jackson Palmer has announced a "leave of absence" from the digital currency community.
It's been a roller coaster year in bitcoin, and not just for the price. We look back on events that caught the not-so-serious side of the currency.
In this week's roundup: a dual charity project by litecoin and dogecoin and a hard fork for feathercoin.
Dogetipbot, the popular dogecoin tipping tool, has raised almost $500k in new seed funding.
The CEO of Moopay LTD, or Moolah, has resigned amid the company's operational crisis and new allegations of fraud.