In 2011, Dashjr started one of the first Bitcoin mining pools called "Eligius," presumably named after the patron saint of gold—this pool was later resurrected under the name "Ocean."
In this article, Marquez Comelab outlined why the BSV blockchain is the true Bitcoin while he explored the significant protocol change known as SegWit, which BTC developers implemented.
In the latest charges against COPA members, Kraken was charged by the SEC on November 20 over illegally selling digital asset securities and comingling customer and corporate funds.
Social media CEOs from tech giants like Twitter and Facebook were able to build some of the greatest wealth (and power) in the world's history by selling their users' aggregate data.
In this CoinGeek Weekly Livestream episode, John "Jack" Pitts shares his high-level overview of the COPA v Wright case and what it could mean for BSV blockchain and the industry as a whole.
Dr. Craig Wright has appointed new counsel in the United States: high-ranked Miami-headquartered firm Greenberg Traurig.
The Bitcoin Legal Defense Fund is on a PR blitz with its chief legal officer, Jessica Jonas, giving a slate of interviews in which she calls Dr. Craig Wright a ‘frivolous’ litigant who is intent on destroying open-source software.
Coinbase customers are complaining about their accounts being closed without any explanation; complaints include quotes from Coinbase that refuse to divulge the justification behind the closures.
Almost six years later, despite these clear technical advantages of Bitcoin and blockchain, we still have not seen any meaningful adoption by legacy companies that generate significant revenue.
On March 23, Hindenburg Research issued a lengthy report on how "inflated user metrics and 'frictionless' fraud facilitation enabled [Block] insiders to cash out over $1 billion."
Despite claiming that its overall revenue in Q4 is 'relatively consistent' from Q3, figures show that it was a tough time for the Block, with its losses amounting to $114 million by the end of 2022.