Bitcoin is trading at an all-time high, and with another contentious hard fork coming, the reasons why have experts wondering.
Bitcoin developers are making progress on Schnorr, a function for aggregating signatures and in turn, a way to increase the capacity of the network.
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.
Controversial scaling proposal, Segwit2x has lost Chinese mining pool, F2Pool's support over its timeline for a 2MB hard fork.
When SegWit finally activated last week, the code change didn't immediately make its benefits possible. So, when can we expect to see some benefits?
The controversial code underlying bitcoin scaling proposal Segwit2x is moving toward production, according to project leaders.
Is a new version of bitcoin's software a way to please all over the scaling issue, or a hostile takeover by commerce? The community is divided.
The developer team behind the Segwit2x scaling proposal is set to announce a formal date for a planned bitcoin hard fork today.
How will SegWit impact the bitcoin network? Data from the already upgraded litecoin blockchain can provide an answer.
Segwit2x has reconfirmed plans to move forward with its 2mb hard fork in three months. Will this lead to another split?