Bitcoin developers are making progress on Schnorr, a function for aggregating signatures and in turn, a way to increase the capacity of the network.
Should bitcoin's technology change to accommodate merchant users? New data from one of the network's biggest startups is fueling the debate.
The Lightning Network isn't yet live on bitcoin, but that doesn't mean developers aren't theorizing the kinds of ambitious apps that it could enable.
With a lull in activity, what's really going on under the Segwit2x hood? According to many developers, now is the calm before the storm.
A soon-to-be-launched cryptocurrency based on an acclaimed white paper is considering a novel strategy for future blockchain upgrades.
One of the more theoretical attempts at scaling blockchain networks is taking steps toward launching it's own network for further testing.
Ethereum's answer to bitcoin's Lightning Network will have one notable difference – a publicly traded token to be sold in a Dutch auction in…
The developers behind Raiden Network have launched an early, simplified version of the scaling solution on the ethereum test network.
Bitcoin Core's latest software includes optimizations designed to boost SegWit, a scaling upgrade that's still slowly rolling out across the network.
A look at bitcoin's scaling debate and what the history of money can teach us about the best path forward for protocol development.