Blockchain governance is shaped by much more than protocol rules: the underlying internet rails, social norms, markets and laws all have an influence.
An early ethereum developer is speaking out about why he feels a platform-wide software upgrade should be used to help him recover lost funds.
2017 may have been a historic year in blockchain, but Banca IMI's Massimo Morini argues the seeds for this revolution were sown in 2016.
Confused by token terminology? You're not alone. Even some of the brightest minds in the space agree there's reason for confusion.
A look at how a new class of cryptocurrency-based financial products impacts the balance of power between U.S. regulators.
The SEC may have finally published guidance on ICOs, but the vague concepts may not be enough for a new breed of financial professional.
CoinDesk's Noelle Acheson looks at how the recent warning by the SEC could end up changing the regulated securities market.
A Cornell professor who was at the center of last year's DAO hack has issued new comments on an SEC ruling on the project.
Despite one notable past failure, Slock.it is forging ahead, with a new project planned and new funding from a secret investor.
Cryptocurrency companies and holders continued to be a target for hackers in 2016, but Bill Shihara argues it doesn't have to be that way next year.