But given the currency's covert nature, the average person still may not understand how buying and selling actually works.
A year and a half ago, the idea of buying the virtual currency ... Read More
On this evening in March, there had been a split only on the last few blocks—not the whole blockchain history—but if it wasn’t fixed, ther... Read More
Silicon Valley alone is responsible for about 30% of this. Along with Hollywood and Wall Street, Silicon Valley is one of America’s three biggest brain pools. These people are not stupid. The... Read More
"It's still too early to know which approach will be most successful, but heavy regulation is likely to stifle innovation and the environment in London should make it more attractive to start... Read More
Bitcoin got off to 2015 with a rough start, losing 30% of its value in less than a week. Despite this, Coinbase closed a $75 million round of funding at an estimated $400 million valuation — ... Read More
Cloud Services and Cryptocurrency Mining Malware
In the past few years, the definition of IT infrastructure has changed from self-hosted servers and data centers to cloud computing and virtual machines. The cloud services became popular mainly
New Bitcoin Core Software Makes SegWit Optional for Miners
A new software update has been published by the Bitcoin Core open-source development community.
Released on Saturday, version 0.14.1 largely builds on the group's March 0.14.0 release, incorporatin
Brexit Effect? Where Bitcoin Stands As Macron, Le Pen Advance in French Election
Figures from Sunday, April 23 first round of voting narrowed the competing candidates to be the next French president to just two: Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. This means that France’s next
Suddenly, Europe is Starting to Become Bitcoin Haven
Countries like France, Germany and the UK have already established regulatory frameworks for Bitcoin companies, users and traders. Other European countries have offered their unique regulatory