First proposed by a cryptographer who uses French version of Tom Riddle (better known as Lord Voldemort), Mimblewimble describes a unique way of solving some of bitcoin’s more pressing problems.
The big question is whether any of this will work the way the company says it will. But the theory is sound says Matthew Green, a cryptographer and assistant research professor computer science at Joh... Read More
Artist and coder Allison Burtch has created a new device to save us from our cellphones and ourselves. It comes in the form of a 10-inch birch log that jams cellular radio signals, and it’s called t... Read More
“The PRISM thing was a watershed moment internally and externally — suddenly we felt vindicated,” says BitTorrent marketing vice president Matt Mason. “It’s like: ‘We were right. There is ... Read More
In a recent interview, Michael Perklin described the need for a measurement scale when hiring bitcoiners. “Hiring managers don’t know how to differentiate if someone knows Bitcoin or they don’t,... Read More
Korean Government to Lead 6 Blockchain Pilots With $9 Million Fund
The South Korean government will invest 10 billion Korean won (or $9 million) to support blockchain development in the country, with plans to carry out six pilots using blockchain technology.
Tencent, Chinese Officials Partner on Fighting Blockchain Security Risks
Technology giant Tencent is teaming up with the Chinese government to fight blockchain-related security issues.
The firm's vice president, Bin Ma, announced the formation of the China Blockchain Se
ICON Token Swap Underway With 'No Issues,' Foundation Says
Millions of dollars worth of ICON tokens are now on the move - as the cryptocurrency project begins its token migration.
Designed to connect independent blockchain communities with a variety of gov
21e800: Bitcoin, Satoshi and the Mystery Twitter Is Obsessing Over
This is a hashtag, but not just any hashtag. In all likelihood, it's the longest and most confusing one you'll ever come across tre