The digital currency community is actively promoting its response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, despite suggestions that this response may have been based more on self-interested speculation than on selfless support for a democratic nation struggling to remain independent.
While BitMart claimed the attackers withdrew $150 million in various tokens, the independent blockchain security and analytics firm PeckShield said the losses are closer to $200 million.
Ethereum, the self-proclaimed “world computer,” has a serious case of the ‘I Don’t Like Mondays’ after a series of public relations black eyes.
India’s COVID Crypto Relief Fund got the lion’s share of Vitalik Buterin’s digital currency donation, receiving about 500 ETH and 50 trillion Shiba Inu coins worth $1.1 billion at the time.
The court is the perfect venue for resolving disputes, particularly those involving allegations of fraud or, on the other side of the coin, libel. Why, then, are all of Dr. Wright’s critics so keen to avoid it?
Lex Fridman’s recent episode featuring Ethereum leader Vitalik Buterin was nothing short of shambolic in parts, filled with lies and false accusations, Gavin Lucas writes.
Patrick Shyu, a former tech lead at both Google and Facebook, as well as a popular YouTuber with over 1 million subscribers, recently announced that he is selling all of his Ethereum.
Programmer and investor Kevin Healy has set out to dispel the myths around Satoshi Nakamoto, setting out the case for why he believes and knows Dr. Wright’s claim to being the founder of Bitcoin to be true.
Ethereum filled the role of a parenthetical era in Bitcoin’s history, but has been made obsolete, and that is why Ethereum 2.0 has been in the works for years now.
Vitalik Buterin’s recent comments that ETH chain is "nearly unusable for many classes of applications” are a tacit confession to something many have said for a long time—Ethereum can't scale.
The ongoing war of words between Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin continued in April.