Ethereum filled the role of a parenthetical era in Bitcoin’s history, but has been made obsolete, and that is why Ethereum 2.0 has been in the works for years now.
U.S. government prosecutors have argued against Virgil Griffith defense's attempts to dismiss the case, saying he knowingly and willfully broke the law with his actions.
The block reward miner purchased 1,240 new MicroBT WhatsMiner M30S ASIC mining rigs, which they immediately deployed.
Ethereum continues to be the poster child for why you shouldn't fundamentally change your protocol if you want serious users, Jon Southurst writes.
The suspect, who worked at the airport in the Italian city of Lamezia Terme, allegedly installed mining malware onto the airport's IT systems.
An Ethereum user paid a $9,300 transaction fee to send $120 in ETH. The user took to Reddit to explain their mistake and is looking to get their money back.
Former Ethereum developer Virgil Griffith is seeking to have sanctions violation charges against him dismissed.
In his latest blog post, “Scarcity and Incentives,” Dr. Wright explores how both factors go into determining market value.
Vitalik Buterin’s recent comments that ETH chain is "nearly unusable for many classes of applications” are a tacit confession to something many have said for a long time—Ethereum can't scale.
The BitMEX indictments show that a reckoning is coming for anti-regulation criminal organizations: and not just those at the top.
With Ethereum 2.0 still at least 18 months away, the team behind sCrypt is proposing a practical solution that works today.