Here’s a friendly reminder that operating coin mixing services is illegal—and that Bitcoin is not for anonymous transactions.
Dr. Craig Wright tells BTC and BCH communities: stop using my work as your own, or face legal consequences.
As the first major Bitcoin SV focused event since the Genesis upgrade, attendees can expect several of the discussions at the CoinGeek Conference in London to explain its technical workings.
The Bitcoin SV Node team has published a more detailed explanation of the February 4 hard fork that activated Bitcoin v1.0.0, or "Genesis".
Bitcoin's base protocol has now returned to Satoshi Nakamoto's original vision and functionality, and miners activated “Genesis” with messages of thanks for Satoshi.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. talks about Bitcoin’s second beginning—Genesis—and why it’s been a long time coming.
Much anticipation surrounds the mysterious "Tulip Trusts," which many understand to contain vital information on—or even access to—over a million Bitcoins.
For anyone involved in Bitcoin, the alignment of beliefs to behaviours is tested regularly as part of the necessary evolution required to understand the technology as it continues to mature.
Unbounded Capital’s Dave Mullen-Muhr summarizes select sections from the Cointelegraph interview with Dr. Craig Wright.