Several ethereum miners and developers have come forward in the hope of halting ASICs from effectively operating on the ethereum network.
The world's second-largest cryptocurrency, ether (ETH), erased half of last week's rally today amid a broader market sell-off.
Even if ethereum succeeds as a smart contracts platform, its cryptocurrency might still fail as a long-term store of value, writes Michael J. Casey.
The cryptocurrency markets are rallying today with ether leading the pack. But will it last? Three signs give reasons for investors to be hopeful.
The number of short orders placed on ETH/USD have reached a new high and is a clear reflection of bearish sentiment surrounding the cryptocurrency.
Ethereum, the world's second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, fell to the lowest level since September 2017 on Thursday.
Tension is building ahead of an ethereum developer meeting, where a diverse set of stakeholders will be weighing in on contentious changes.
At least six proposals have been recently put forth, all of which could change the economics of the ethereum blockchain if enacted.
Wanchain announced the release of version 2.0 Monday, allowing for cross-chain transactions between its platform and ethereum.
Completing small tasks by "bounty hunting" for cryptocurrency is becoming a lucrative career for users in less advantaged regions of the world.