The control of the Bitcoin network is distributed between the developers of the network creating the code and the enforcement through the nodes.
The recent "resignation" of BTC Core code maintainer Jonas Schnelli from his role has once again shone a light on how few people have the power to alter BTC's software.
In a new blog post by Dr. Craig Wright, explains why Bitcoin was never meant to be considered gold and why allowing it to evolve as such is damaging the BTC ecosystem.
Bitcoin Core and its Lightning Network apparently have issues that could lead to the loss of cryptocurrency and warned the community to upgrade their nodes.
Despite having over two years of development behind it, the solution created by BTC developers to handle transactions, the Lightning Network, is still in the experimental phase.
Wikileaks appears to have received 4,054 SegWitCoin (BTC) that, by today’s prices, would be worth around $46.2 million.
To avoid Bitcoin terminology confusion, CoinGeek editorial team has made the decision to standardize the digital asset known as Bitcoin Core (BTC).
According to BTC Developer, Luke Dashjr, over half of the full nodes in operation are running client software that is vulnerable to the inflation bug.
nChain’s chief scientist Dr. Craig Wright has performed some calculations about future economics for Bitcoin Core (BTC).
Due to an increase in the number of transactions on the network, BTC fees have shot up more than they’ve been in ten months.
BTC has strayed completely away from the original definition and design of Bitcoin as explained by Satoshi Nakamoto in his white paper on the subject.