Tether is pulling its support for Peter McCormack in Craig Wright’s libel suit, CoinGeek has learned.
Today Satoshi Nakamoto, whose government name is Craig Steven Wright, turns 50 years old—half a century! Beyond the birthday, the birth and evolution of Bitcoin over the years is just as impressive.
When old coins move, digital asset enthusiasts are open to rumours concerning who is behind the transactions and what the implications are.
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?