Hash power is the reward a node gets for having the best fitness, and the least wasted proof of work is the prize the hash operators get for choosing the node with the best array of costly signals.
It doesn't matter if you want to help the Bitcoin network or if you're simply trying—you’re not a "node" unless you're creating blocks.
Eli Afram examines the ins and outs of the upgrade to the Ethereum network, analyzing the merits on the basis of technical and societal.
Jon Southurst chats with the BSV App Testers, an international group that promises real-world user testing for Bitcoin apps.
A digital dollar does not necessarily mean the use of distributed blockchain technology through the proof of work mining mechanism that Bitcoin uses.
Despite 51% attacks being debunked, those who misunderstand the nature of proof of work chains continue to bring this up as a concern.
CambrianSV gives aspiring developers the knowledge and coaching they need to create user-friendly applications that can solve a problem for a mass audience.
Jerry Chan of Bitcoin Association clarifies the incorrect assumption that all nodes on the Bitcoin network are all supposed to be equal.
The rewards-based social network being developed by Block.one has reportedly switched away from running on the EOS public blockchain.