Gary Vaynerchuk was recently on the What Bitcoin Did podcast, where his ideas about Bitcoin were almost completely side-stepped and shot down.
Bitcoin has moved on, but it’s silly to see Bitcoin.com chairman Roger Ver still pushing so exclusively for BCH, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
BitCoin was legal at creation; commoditizing data with protocol rules violates no laws—anymore than inventing the container, John Pitts writes.
Unlike BSV supporters who champion the utility of BSV, BTC supporters tend to use some variant of the “money-printing” thesis as a justification for the value of the extremely limited version of Bitcoin which they prefer.
The digital currency markets are back in a bubble, since September, digital currency prices have been steadily rising–here's why.
There is only one candidate for fraud of the century, and it isn’t Dr. Craig Wright, Unbounded Capital’s Jack Laskey writes.
BitCoin gets its value similar to how gold and silver got their value, but with one very important difference, John Pitts writes.
A look at the digital currency market bubble we have just entered, the rise in DeFi's total value locked, as well as the behavior anticipated from investors
Kurt Wuckert Jr. shares his thoughts on the current state of the Bitcoin ecosystem, and why he feels the call to help right the wrongs of Bitcoin.
Two years after Bitcoin Independence Day, the BCH camp now faces a further split, and we’ve once again witnessed digital asset exchanges choose sides, Paul Rajchgod writes.
Bitcoin can only work and be accepted within the rule of law, under which we are all equal, Johnny Jaswal writes.