In the face of the bull run and NFT boom, environmentalist activists have once again targeted Bitcoin’s industrial infrastructure for criticism based on the assumption that proof of work for building blocks is a waste of electricity.
Inventing your own mythology to shoehorn an agenda is something else entirely: propaganda. In Square Crypto’s new “Book of Bitcoin Mythology,” they have created one such example of propaganda.
Michael Hudson and Daniel Krawisz’s conversation contains several analogies to nature and how things play out in the animal kingdom, which ties back to their discussion that revolves heavily around proof-of-work, economics, and social economics.
Bitcoin's blockchain is a supercharged accounting ledger, but at the end of the day it works much the same as any other ledger at near-light speed and on a global scale, Jon Southurst writes.
In this piece, Kurt Wuckert Jr. tells investment commentator Puru Saxena that while he likely does not understand that the Bitcoin protocol isn’t bound to any tickers, but exists as a complete implementation on the Bitcoin SV network.
It is likely that the recent SolarWinds hack will become known as the worst cybersecurity breach in United States history—affecting the most sensitive government networks and critical U.S. infrastructure.
Researchers at Cornell Tech and the Technion Israel Institute of Technology claim to have uncovered a fresh way to execute a denial-of-service attack (DoS) on a proof-of-work blockchain network.
The Venezuelan army has begun block reward mining to secure funds, in a bid to stave off the effects of economic collapse in the country.
Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig S. Wright and Fabriik's Ryan X. Charles answer all those questions and a lot more in this latest episode of "Theory of Bitcoin - The White Paper."
BitCoin gets its value similar to how gold and silver got their value, but with one very important difference, John Pitts writes.
With nothing but a peacock, Attila Aros let the world know that Matterpool had won the beauty contest occurring at block height 661910.