SegWit was activated on the bitcoin network over a year ago. But only an estimated 36 percent of all bitcoin transactions are using it. Why?
The Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 update has been officially released, introducing full support for the SegWit wallet and user interfaces.
Not so long ago bitcoin's transaction fees were over $20, but now they're down to around $3 again. CoinDesk explores why.
An upcoming Bitcoin Core software release is finally making it easier to use a code change called SegWit in the software's standard wallet.
Schnorr signatures are seeing renewed interest from bitcoin developers. But what is the technology and why is it seeing so much attention?
Transaction fees are the talk of the bitcoin ecosystem, with many users upset by the rising cost to send funds, but there are simple ways to cut fees.
It's going to be a stressful month for bitcoin, but in the big picture, breakups can be healthy for the ecosystem – and possibly for society.
Day one of Scaling Bitcoin 2017 presented a change of pace for an event that grew out of the network's technical contention.
Bitcoin developers are making progress on Schnorr, a function for aggregating signatures and in turn, a way to increase the capacity of the network.
Bitcoin Core's latest software includes optimizations designed to boost SegWit, a scaling upgrade that's still slowly rolling out across the network.