Michael Wehrmann discusses why Bitcoin SV is not only the original Bitcoin—it’s also the only digital asset that actually makes sense.
We have arrived at a community of nominal libertarians who support price-fixing, production quotas, and who are decidedly against utility, Brent Bevear writes.
Rising fees and scaling issues pose a major problem for the Ethereum network, according to key players and blockchain researchers.
Television alt-finance pundit and BTC proponent Max Keiser has been busy attacking Bitcoin SV on his social media accounts and in interviews.
IRS’s new Initiative should not come as a shock to investors paying close attention to legal developments or those who properly understand Bitcoin’s design and intention.
In his latest post, John Pitts discusses how the Bitcoin network provides a commodity marketplace for computation.
SegWit raises legal questions because it would enable full digital signature data to be dropped from the transaction data.
Friends’ enquiries lead CoinGeek’s Charles Miller to wonder what it is about Bitcoin that makes it so hard to explain and understand.
If a chain is profitable to mine, they will mine it regardless of ‘Aussie man bad’, what Twitter says or even in spite of their own statements.