Dr. Walter Wang is all about "tangible" applications that live on the Bitcoin blockchain, as he explains in this week’s The Bitcoin Bridge.
The jobs board allows employers in blockchain and bitcoin to post listings for career opportunities, and has fast become the place to go for learning of new vacancies in Bitcoin development.
The Coinbase IPO, set to go live on April 14, demonstrates that we are currently at an awkward phase in the digital asset story, caught between two distinct eras.
For better or worse, the ongoing case between Ira Kleiman and Dr. Craig Wright has been the most fascinating event in the Bitcoin world for the past few years.
Authors of a chapter published by IntechOpen analyse the societal response to blockchain and Bitcoin, identifying a lack of nuance in the general conversation surrounding the issue.
In the face of the bull run and NFT boom, environmentalist activists have once again targeted Bitcoin’s industrial infrastructure for criticism based on the assumption that proof of work for building blocks is a waste of electricity.
Prolific Bitcoin thinker and speculator Daniel Krawisz and Dr. Michael Wehrmann discuss speculating in Bitcoin in depth.
In his latest blog post, “How Bitcoin Won the Race…,” Dr. Craig Wright gives the world some background information about why Bitcoin was created.
The new series with sCrypt’s Xiaohui Liu, called "Bitcoin Class with Satoshi," features Dr. Craig Wright's lessons on some of the deeper and more technical aspects of Bitcoin Script.
Think of Bitcoin as more of an economically viable system than a crypto system—a capitalist economic system, Becky Liggero Fontana writes.
“End Game” is the last of the Bitstocks Sight Series, and in it, Hudson said it is no use to just shout about problems and inequalities in the system.