Coinbase's credibility is once again put into question as it faces a $350-million lawsuit from a global blockchain-based software for allegedly infringing the latter's intellectual property.
BSV thought leader Joshua Henslee paints a picture of utter carnage in the digital currency industry with the recent crackdowns on popular exchanges, lending platforms, and other companies.
Coindesk recently published a report on how two brothers used multiple pseudonymous accounts to fake a DeFi ecosystem on Solana—showing that without identity, there's no way to know who's in control.
Nearly £10 billion class action lawsuit was filed this week in the United Kingdom against Binance, Kraken, Bittylicious, and Shapeshift over collectively delisting the BSV in 2019.
CoinGeek Weekly Livestream puts the spotlight on Edgevana, a company that helps blockchain platforms overcome the most difficult challenge—uncompromising scalability.
Many factors make Solana a bad investment, but the lawsuit is based on securities violations, and an investor believes that SOL qualifies as a security under the Howey test.
Digital asset hedge fund Three Arrows Capital, which had been around since 2012, now appears to be dragging other industry names into its whirlpool.
Solend, the algorithmic, decentralized protocol for lending and borrowing on Solana, has been scrambling to mitigate the risks that are present on its platform.
Though developers quickly applied band-aid measures and flipped Solana's power switch off and on once again, the user community is becoming more vocal in its dissatisfaction with the recurring problems.
In his recent video, Joshua Henslee talks about how Bitcoin is and always was supposed to be cash, how it should be used, the inefficiency of the current payments system, and the need for Bitcoin.
The future of blockchain technology belongs to a scalable blockchain—and the only blockchain that has a chance of scaling to meet global demand is Bitcoin SV, according to Unbounded Capital.