Forking bitcoin was all the rage in 2017. In 2018, the question might be, what are we getting in return?
2017 was another bad year in bitcoin in the eyes of long-time industry observer Jim Harper, but he sees a silver lining at the end of the story.
Sanity? You weren't going to find it in the crypto world in 2017 according to author David Gerard. Insanity, though, there's plenty to go around...
One of the most talked about technologies in development for bitcoin is the Lightning Network. But what does it do, and when might it be ready?
As the popularity of CryptoKitties continues to strain ethereum, frustrated users are calling for a quick fix – an increase to the gas limit.
Bitcoin's most anticipated scaling solution took a big step forward Tuesday with the presentation of new test results.
The success of one cat-friendly app withstanding, the leading event in the token sector saw high-level discussion of industry pain points.
An older attempt to overcome ethereum's restrictions is getting a refresh, and may bring the platform closer to its aim of being a "world computer."
Often trumpeted as the future of bitcoin, the success of the Lightning Network may come down to economic forces, say researchers.
The Segwit2x bitcoin fork may have been formally called off, but as many as 150 nodes still running its code have stopped accepting transaction blocks