Retail investor interest in digital currency is far from where it was in 2017—which is good and bad.
Mohammad Jaber explores the future of digital currency industry after the Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive provisions are implemented.
The second episode of the Theory of Bitcoin explores “Networks,” and how they affect the world around us.
The inability to execute micropayments on the web creates unintended consequence of making political views and popularity as the driver of eligibility for monetization.
Dr. Craig Wright’s latest blog post takes a look at a very interesting, and often discussed topic: if “code is law.”
Liquid handles fast transactions between exchanges, while Lightning handles smaller, everyday payments for BTC.
The law introduces a new and comprehensive regulatory framework for digital asset businesses, clients and customers.
Dr. Craig Wright's latest blog post grills software engineers that continually seek payment for the work done to a blockchain protocol.
nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright has released a statement on the Bitcoin in the 1Feex address that was stolen from Mt. Gox in March 2011.
A hack on Dr. Craig Wright's computer network in February 2020 has sparked a legal battle over what constitutes property rights in Bitcoin.
Hash power is the reward a node gets for having the best fitness, and the least wasted proof of work is the prize the hash operators get for choosing the node with the best array of costly signals.