In a new working paper, the Bank for International Settlements took a deep dive into the technical side of DeFi, looking at functionality and risks; BIS is still dismissive of DeFi.
Instead of competing for an exclusive network effect, interoperability creates a unique environment where developers and clients from all walks of life compete to provide the best user experience.
Marquez Comelab gives an in-depth discussion on how two clashing groups led to the split of Bitcoin and the importance of building a stable protocol in achieving scalability.
The next 'halving' of the BTC block reward, expected to take place in mid-2024, would further reduce margins and squeeze out smaller miners struggling to make a profit from their existing operations.
Paxful CEO Ray Youssef announces Ethereum's banishment from the digital asset trading platform, noting that the system's tokens were nothing but scams that have robbed billions of people.
U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs hearing into the FTX collapse mocked Kevin O’Leary, who is lamenting the loss of the $15m tokens he received for being FTX’s spokesman.
DAOs are not decentralized as they claimed to be, according to Bitcoin Association’s Marcin Zarakowski, who noted that these entities are connected to those deploying them or benefitting from them.
Bitcoin proves its usefulness through a unique combination of two seemingly contradictory properties—physicality and digitality—and works better with the IPv6, making integrating IoD and IoV possible.
Not all blockchains are decentralized as they ought to be, with the recent suspension of Binance's BNB Chain as proof, posing risks among enterprises building on this technology in hopes of change.
Stolen bitcoins have always been recoverable through a legal process, and the retrieval of such assets was only hindered by blockers who refused to enforce the rules.
You do not make a transaction directly by sending it through multiple hops; once you send a payment to a node, someone else collects from the node.