Dr. Craig S. Wright is welcoming the latest legal attack against his Bitcoin SV protocol, saying the action will boomerang on his accusers.
The Coinbase IPO, set to go live on April 14, demonstrates that we are currently at an awkward phase in the digital asset story, caught between two distinct eras.
For better or worse, the ongoing case between Ira Kleiman and Dr. Craig Wright has been the most fascinating event in the Bitcoin world for the past few years.
Tulip Trust trustee Ramona Ang has filed a lawsuit against Ira Kleiman for negligence and breach of fiduciary duty in relation to his ongoing lawsuit against her husband, Dr. Craig Wright.
The Crypto Open Patent Alliance announced it's filing a lawsuit in the High Court of Justice in England and Wales, to declare that Dr. Craig S. Wright is not the author of the 2008 Bitcoin white paper.
Whether Easter for you has a religious meaning, a chocolately one, a holiday, or nothing at all—even if your definition of an Easter Egg means something hidden in code—it’s one of those times we pause briefly and take a look at everything that's been going on around us.
People know the supply of Bitcoin is limited, but do they know why this is the case, Dr. Michael Wehrmann asks.
Bitcoin was something new, something not just invented, but “released”: the software was designed to build on itself, to keep itself honest, to grow up.
Bitcoin is indeed resistant to censorship, but it is also deliberately flexible under stress, and designed as a tool to enforce the truth—even when extremely unpopular, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
The Alert Key would allow an instant notification to be broadcast to every processor on each network, ordering them to freeze certain UTXOs or transactions.
Satoshi Nakamoto never intended Bitcoin to be held in cold storage until such time that it appreciated in value high enough for the owner to cash out, be financially free, then retire to a tropical island paradise.