The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking vendors to provide detailed blockchain data in order to improve crypto compliance.
We are way too early for “mainstream adoption” to be a sensible success metric for dapps, says Coleman Maher.
If blockchain is to be part of our financial and governance future, the development process must represent a diverse population, says Alexis Gauba.
Despite the gloomy narratives, 2018 was hugely productive for teams building the decentralized web, says Parity's Jutta Steiner.
A 'tentative' consensus was reached today that ethereum's developers will propose blocking ASIC before the blockchain's proof-of-stake upgrade.
Decred's Jake Yocom-Piatt explains in this exclusive op-ed why he thinks information asymmetry is a key factor driving the manic buying and panic…
"Not too little. Not too much. Just right.” Chromaway's CEO gives his take on why the Swedish saying may be key to unlocking blockchain's potential.
Japan's top police agency is to fund development of new software aimed to help track individuals behind illicit crypto transactions.
Interest in blockchain technology is waning, research firm Gartner said in its latest "Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies" report.
Bitcoin could get better privacy with Taproot, but there's one big obstacle - it can't be deployed until another technology goes through.