Big investors are lining up to back the startup behind the most advanced implementation of bitcoin's in-development Lightning Network.
One of Japan's largest electric companies is intrigued by bitcoin's early-stage Lightning Network, so much so they're testing it out.
An experimental San Francisco service is seeking to entice bitcoin users to explore the its in-development Lightning payments network.
The man credited with completing the first bitcoin transaction for a real-world good has replicated his historic test with experimental tech.
With all eyes on the Lightning Network, bitcoin developer Laolu is working on a technology which takes fraud watching off the hands of users.
A spate of major cryptocurrencies are looking to lightning network-like systems as part of an effort to scale their platforms for more transactions.
Using bitcoin's lightning network can be dangerous – but it could also help propel the cryptocurrency toward its next growth stage.
A small Japanese startup is paving the way in ideating how bitcoin's experimental Lightning network could take shape on two fronts.
Early use of the Lightning Network is catching bugs, but developers are concerned that it could also slow down the building of bitcoin's second layer.
New academic papers dive into just how decentralized the most popular blockchains are, and how resistant they'd be to takeover by controlling force.