Parties in the Kleiman v Wright lawsuit attended a hearing before Judge Beth Bloom on Wednesday to discuss outstanding evidentiary and administrative issues ahead of the November 1 trial.
Solana had a transaction flood incident which split the network as validators came out of sync with one another under a possible denial of service attack. Their solution? Just reboot it.
The judge in Dr. Craig Wright’s now-victorious white paper case against BTC developer Cøbra has rejected a bizarre, last-gasp attempt by a Satoshi Nakamoto imposter to have the judgment overturned.
Bitcoin is not an investment product; it is simply a technology. To be fair, it isn’t exactly the same as technology products in the past, where paying for its use was completely separate from the platform itself.
Bitcoin often is associated with being a hedge against inflation. We have heard a lot about money printing, devaluation of fiat currencies, hyperinflationary scenarios and the like concerning “HODLing” Bitcoin.
Onboarding to digital currency is not a big issue, and creating useful applications establishes the incentive structures to bypass this problem completely, Joshua Henslee writes.
The list is broken into two categories: fact witnesses who will be on hand to give evidence of fact and not opinion, and expert witnesses who will provide opinion within their expertise.
There is an assumption among some people that all bitcoiners fit into easily defined collectivist silos of one political variety or another, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
In this latest episode, Dr. Craig S. Wright and sCrypt's Xiaohui Liu talk about the right ways to keep information secure and private, without creating a network where no one knows what's going on.
In this series, Marquez Comelab explores what money and the different forms it had taken in the past for us to consider whether Bitcoin can be used as currency.
A better parable to connect real-world economics and blockchain is the Capitol Hill babysitting co-op, Neil Smith writes.