The roadmap skips the short term issues of:
If Bitcoin block size is not increased via a hard-fork, when the next Bitcoin reward halves, Bitcoin transaction fees may become prohibitively high for ... Read More
“We’re talking about $6.5 billion of value, we’re talking about the first attempt for a truly sovereign money. To take an approach where it’s just go as fast as you can until it breaks is not ... Read More
Problems With Coin Voting Still Exist
“Something like coin voting ‒ that could give you much better feedback on what people actually want. Right now, we don’t really have a good way of gettin... Read More
A hard fork by Bitcoin Core has also become more likely over the past few weeks.
There are tradeoffs with any selected threshold. Ninety-five percent support requires near-universal consensu... Read More
When explaining the full picture of the block size debate, Lombrozo made the point that the non-technical Bitcoin community (likely a reference to Bitcoin subreddits) may not have had the full picture... Read More
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The number of Canadians who own bitcoin nearly doubled over the course of a year, according to the results of a newly-published survey by the Bank of Canada.
Dubbed the Bitcoin Omnibus Survey (BTCO
Shanghai Stock Exchange: New Regulation 'Crucial' to Clear Way for DLT
Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE), one of the world's largest securities trading venues by market capitalization, is eyeing the use of distributed ledger technology (DLT) in the securities market.
Cartier Owner Richemont Plans to Track Diamonds With Blockchain
Richemont, the Swiss luxury goods giant that owns Cartier, is turning to blockchain in a move aimed to bring transparency to its supply chain.
Jin Keyu, a renowned economist and an associate profes
Bank of Queensland Rules Out Crypto Purchases With Mortgage Funds
An Australian retail bank has revised its contract terms to prohibit borrowers from using loans such as mortgages to purchase cryptocurrency.
According a report from Australia Finance Review on Thu