An upcoming Bitcoin Core software release is finally making it easier to use a code change called SegWit in the software’s standard wallet.
Happy Chinese New Year! Let’s have a look on what happened in the world of crypto in the year of the Rooster. #INFOGRAPHICS
CME has filed a patent to work around the difficulty in gaining a consensus to modify Blockchain rules. #NEWS
Schnorr signatures are seeing renewed interest from bitcoin developers. But what is the technology and why is it seeing so much attention?
Coinbase to add SegWit scalability upgrade for BTC sending and receiving in the next few weeks. #NEWS
Transaction fees are the talk of the bitcoin ecosystem, with many users upset by the rising cost to send funds, but there are simple ways to cut fees.
GDAX has started trading Bitcoin Cash (BCH) this morning as of 9 AM PST with little fanfare, price jumps. #NEWS
The North American Bitcoin Conference stopped accepting BTC for tickets due to “network congestion” #BRIEF
The bitcoin cash community moved one step closer to having their own address format today with the release of Bitcoin ABC 0.16.2. The full node implementation of BCH includes a switch to a proprietary address format to distinguish it from bitcoin core. It is hoped that this will eliminate issues of BCH being sent to […]
It’s SegWit2x, but not the original SegWit2x. This version has virtually unknown “developers” who stand to profit from a vast premine. Oh, and they think they can “unlock” Satoshi’s coins. #NEWS
As BitPay implements and retracts an update to the minimum payment size on its platform over the span of just two days, users are frustrated over the lack of SegWit support.
Smart contracts on Bitcoin? Chain annonces Ivy, a programming language that makes it easier to code on Bitcoin’s network. #NEWS
Ebay, the company whose integration of PayPal created a multi-billion dollar company, is now considering allowing Bitcoin payments. #Adoption
Blockchain.info wallet users now have full Bitcoin Cash access, some clamor for SegWit support. #News
All Bitcoin service providers struggle with the world’s leading cryptocurrency right now. More specifically, network congestion and high fees make Bitcoin virtually unusable. Coins.ph plans to address is this issue with a two-pronged approach. First of all, they will [finally] enable SegWit-based transactions. Secondly, they may integrate Bitcoin Cash very soon. Both options are equally […]