In the first episode of CoinGeek Backstage, Kurt Wuckert Jr. sits down with Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen, while Patrick Thompson interviews tech visionary George Gilder.
Verifiable electronic voting using Merkle trees could be the foundation of a silver bullet that remedies the complaints of both sides in the election integrity debate, Unbounded Capital’s Dave Mullen-Muhr writes.
CoinGeek Backstage will give you a look at some of the founders and CEOs behind the enterprises using Bitcoin as well as insight from some of the lawyers and analysts at the forefront of the industry.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. shares his thoughts on the current state of the Bitcoin ecosystem, and why he feels the call to help right the wrongs of Bitcoin.
Forbes recently published, “Meet Michael Hudson: Bitcoin Entrepreneur Aiming To Bring Transparency To Financial Services,” a story that explores several slices of Hudson’s life and business ventures before Bitcoin.
Speaking at the Africa Tech Festival, Centbee co-founder Lorien Gamaroff delved into how his company is changing this narrative in Africa and beyond.
Bitcoin can only work and be accepted within the rule of law, under which we are all equal, Johnny Jaswal writes.
The court in Kleiman v Wright has ruled on a series of pre-trial motions as to whether or not certain expert witnesses from both sides will be allowed in next year’s jury trial.
Gregory Maxwell is yet another well-known name within the digital asset community who is selling out Bitcoin for his own ends.
Over the last two years, the Bitcoin ecosystem has seen events that can only be realized in and around a blockchain with no limits.
After about five years of bickering about Bitcoin’s limitations, we finally had the opportunity to let Bitcoin get out and stretch its legs.