The startup behind the privacy-centric bitcoin app Wasabi Wallet recently brought together 100 people to collectively execute a "CoinJoin"…
Privacy is needed to enhance the "moneyness" of cryptocurrency. As it is, our entire global system of money has also seen its fungibility deteriorate.
A crypto exchange startup is seeking to blacklist wallets associated with illicit drug use in an attempt to use the blockchain to save lives.
Privacy may be an issue with major blockchains today, but 2017 saw innovations by leaps and bounds, argues VC Arianna Simpson.
BlockCypher's CEO speaks out about the dysfunction in bitcoin's community and why she believes new tech could help save it.
CoinDesk looks at notable MIT Digital Currency Initiative projects, from reshaping the web, to making blockchains more confidential and auditable.
Bitcoin Core developer David Vorick explains why ensuring bitcoin's fungibility remains a top priority for 2017.
One of bitcoin's more forward-looking projects has attracted a group of developers who are using some obscure names from the Harry Potter series.
The fungibility of bitcoin emerged as a central topic of debate on day one of the annual Scaling Bitcoin conference in Milan.