A group of influential BTC investors, including Michael Saylor and Jack Dorsey, recently sent a letter to the EPA outlining what they called "misconceptions" about mining.
Following his recent takeover of the popular social media platform, billionaire Elon Musk promises to restore open discussion on Twitter and lock its source code to prevent employee tampering.
The BSV blockchain hit a record-breaking 10 million transactions in 24 hours—a feat that no other public blockchain, including BTC and Ethereum, has achieved.
Bitcoin users have begun to notice connections between some major projects and financial organizations like the World Economic Forum, these connections are real, but it's only scratching the surface.
Jack Dorsey’s digital payments company Block (formerly Square) is generating tons of BTC-related revenue but channeling only a tiny portion of that to the company’s bottom line.
Jack Dorsey recently announced the Bitcoin Legal Defense Fund, a nonprofit entity that aims to help BTC protocol developers with legal pressures from the Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright.
BSV blockchain will be at the center of the first BSV Global Blockchain Convention. The three-day event will be held in Dubai from May 24 to 26 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
The addition to COPA of one of this century’s most notorious villains in Mark Zuckerberg and Meta deserves consideration. Why would Meta choose now to join COPA’s campaign against Dr. Wright?
Block head Jack Dorsey’s new legal fund for BTC developers who refuse to honor their fiduciary obligations will push the corrupted Bitcoin protocol even further down the road to anarchic illegality.
The proposal was submitted to the Bitcoin developer mailing list by Dorsey, Alex Morcos of Chaincode Labs and blockchain academic Professor Martin White, apparently the Fund’s three board members.
Block, if it's allowed to keep that name, could soon find itself competing in court over the name "Bitcoin," which forms the most public and best-known aspect of its blockchain-related businesses.