Kleros, an ethereum-based blockchain resolution platform, makes you run a gauntlet of adorable shibes. But why? Very dispute, such resolution!
What began as a parody quickly became a coin. Soon it might – might – become its own blockchain. What is happening?
Dogecoin has set all-time high after a long period of stagnation. Yet the joke currency's founder worries the rally is a sign of market excess.
The trial of Ryan Kennedy, the controversial founder of the now-defunct dogecoin exchange Moolah, began in a UK court this week.
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.