Sam Bankman-Fried, whose FTX exchange sold both UST and LUNA, has emerged to tell the Financial Times that Bitcoin has no future as a payments network.
Bitcoin inventor Dr. Wright talked about Bitcoin's scaling figures and his plans for the technology in a new interview with Josh Hamilton of The Jist.
The GSE cohort needed to crack the ‘King’s Wi-Fi’ and using AirSnort, Aircrack-ng, WEPCrack, etc., we could break into the network before being discovered as a demonstration of a pen-testing exercise.
Joshua Henslee is back with another video talking about the new record blocked mined by GorillaPool and its implications for Bitcoin mining now and in the future.
The BSV blockchain hit a record-breaking 10 million transactions in 24 hours—a feat that no other public blockchain, including BTC and Ethereum, has achieved.
Numerous arguments abound on scaling blockchain-based systems like Bitcoin, but according to author Dr. Craig Wright, the scale or grade represents the transaction volume that the system can handle.
Dr. Craig Wright reveals his vision for Bitcoin in this blog post—he explains how it is set in stone and how it should scale to billions of transactions while maintaining a low price.
In this piece, sCrypt’s Xiaohui Liu investigates the claims made by BTC evangelist Jameson Lopp in his recent article, focusing on technical and objective arguments, instead of philosophical differences.
In his recent blog post, Bitcoin inventor Dr. Craig Wright discussed the vision for Bitcoin and what he wants to see in the future.
Ivan Assenov continues the journey on the adoption of blockchain technology and explores another category as to why blockchain has not yet become widely used and what we need to do to adapt it.
The days when a million transactions seemed like a big deal are long gone as BSV reached new record-breaking 2M and even 4M transactions, proving the critics wrong.