Acclaimed economist and technology visionary George Gilder was interviewed by Brian Rose and it was aired on London Real TV recently.
We have arrived at a community of nominal libertarians who support price-fixing, production quotas, and who are decidedly against utility, Brent Bevear writes.
The Kleiman v Wright lawsuit has brought to public two remarkably interesting characters, whose importance stretches far beyond the depositions and testimonies they have provided.
JPMorgan analysts have drawn a controversial conclusion that BTC is likely to survive in the future, even as a speculative asset.
There was much buzz after rumors surfaced that 40-50 BTC had moved from a "possible Satoshi owned wallet" to an unknown address.
Part 2 of the Bitcoin History series explores the 2012-2016 era as well as the personalities in the Bitcoin economy.
In this series, Kurt Wuckert Jr. talks about why the halvenings is a guide stone in the history of Bitcoin.
In Dr. Craig Wright’s latest blog post, a crucial question is explored—was it really Satoshi who was posting on the Bitcointalk.org forum?
HandCash and Money Button are collaborating to bring back true “peer-to-peer” transactions for Bitcoin, the way Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto intended.
Bitcoin scripting is "extremely extensible, versatile, and future-oriented," with "unbounded" scaling, according to sCrypt Inc..
The man behind Bitcoin takes the stage at CoinGeek London to clarify some of the myths behind Satoshi’s Vision.