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 highly-anticipated top layer for the bitcoin network is designed to boost transaction capacity and speed (hence “lightning”) in a way that developers say follows bitcoin's original value propositi... Read More
Onion routing is a one way of bringing privacy to the Lightning Network, and it's a topic that perhaps hasn't gotten much attention given recent tests.
A livestream will be available, with an IRC c... Read More
Blockstream mathematician Andrew Poelstra provided the update on the MimbleWimble mailing list, where he dives into the possibilities of the proposed change.
Although, the plan is still likely to i... Read More
Announced in early 2016, the Lightning Network, has been heralded as a promising solution to bitcoin's scaling challenges – one that, over the past year, has been inching closer to initial launch.... Read More
Bitcoin Rebounds From Two-Month Low to Top $1,000
After falling to their lowest level in more than two months this weekend, bitcoin prices breached $1,000 again today.
Overall, the digital currency rose as much as 7.5% during the session, clim
SAP Joins HyperLedger, as Enterprise Blockchain Wave Sweeps In
The increasing adoption of distributed ledger technology by companies has made it hard for the enterprise solutions providers to ignore the blockchain. In order to keep up with the changing times,
Bitcoin Price Stabilizes at $1,022, Scalability Debate Continues
Bitcoin price reached $1,030 in most global Bitcoin exchanges such as Bitstamp and Bitfinex earlier today, recovering from the March 24 drop which occurred due to speculations on the likelihood of
Newsflash: Bitcoin Rises, US Dollar Sinks
Bitcoin prices have bounced back above $1,000 on Monday, registering a high of $1,032 on the Bitstamp Price Index.
Bitcoin is trading near the levels of the week past, finding its feet after a drop