How Bitcoin’s Block Chain Could Stop History Being Rewritten
Bitcoin's block chain can store more than transactions. According to Julian Assange, it provides a way to preserve history.
In 2011, WikiLeaks was among the first organizations to accept donations in bitcoin. Now its shop is taking bitcoin payments over Lightning.
Julian Assange stated in a Tweet that Wikileaks is seeking to add new cryptocurrencies in the future after FPF announced the closure of its support.
A judge at the U.K.'s Central Criminal Court ruled Monday that there would be a "high risk" of suicide if Assange was sent to face charges in the U.S.
Non-profit media group Wikileaks has announced that it is now accepting donations in the privacy oriented cryptocurrency zcash.
CoinDesk contributor Nozomi Hayase tackles democracy, corruption and bitcoin's security model in her latest Op-Ed.