An unknown attacker that previously disrupted operations on the ethereum blockchain returned today, but so far to limited effect.
Today, Ether hit $100 (update: it's $200 now, two weeks later). I'm sure by the time you're reading this it will be in The Guardian and the New York Times as a curiosity piece.
There is a huge argument going in the Bitcoin world right now, including some (apparently) very devious dealings.
Bitcoin is in the middle of a civil war and the 2 fractions not seeking a compromise are both jocking for position. There are 2 confilicting camps the #segwit camp that seeks to compress transactions and the #bitcoinunlimited camp that seeks to incre
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Ethereum has gained a lot of attention over the past year or two as it became the second most valuable cryptocurrency by market cap. The platform enables the execution of smart contracts, a feature coming to Bitcoin in the form of RSK.
Digitizing traditional securities and physical assets has become a new area of interest for investment-focused fintech startups. Turning physical assets into tradable digital assets creates more liquidity and lowers barriers to entry for private
The recent news in the Bitcoin world is China's building attempt to regulate and oversee its use to a point where it is rendered nearly useless for Chinese consumers. They've realized that they can't truly kill it per se, but they can regulate
live in the world of blockchain and smart contracts. I hear people using terms that remind me of when we were building the Web back in the 1990s: they are talking, but they aren't understanding each other because they don't have a common understa
The first cross-border transaction between banks using multiple blockchain applications has taken place, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Wells Fargo & Co said on Monday, resulting in a shipment of cotton to China from the United States.
Two attempts to increase Bitcoin's block size limit via hard forks -- Bitcoin XT and Bitcoin Classic -- have failed to gain much support in terms of network hashrate, but early bitcoin advocate and angel investor Roger Ver is not giving up on the
What happens when the way we buy, sell and pay for things changes, perhaps even removing the need for banks or currency exchange bureaus?