A project called Bitcoin OpTech is launching to ensure companies like Coinbase and Square know the best technologies out there to reduce user fees.
According to researchers at Cornell, blockchains utilizing on-chain voting – such as EOS and Tezos – are vulnerable to certain vote buying attacks.
After announcing his candidacy just one day ago, Tron founder Justin Sun has already been elected to run a node in the network.
The team behind the Raiden, which creates payment channels to help ethereum scale, has launched the final testnet before the tech goes live.
A resurgence of debate surrounding fund recovery on the ethereum network shows the topic is still as divisive as ever.
A popular decentralized game couldn’t take ethereum’s slow, costly transactions. But it’s not leaving the chain behind entirely.
Parity, the ethereum software client, has announced some major changes, including the stripping away of its graphical user interface (GUI).
Early results from elections on the neo blockchain suggest the world’s 12th largest cryptocurrency may be struggling to deliver on promised claims.
Civic secures a high-quality URL from a longstanding internet company, raising the profile of the whole blockchain industry.
What began as a parody quickly became a coin. Soon it might – might – become its own blockchain. What is happening?
Data shared with CoinDesk shows a rapid spike in betting on Augur, a decentralized platform that’s been live for just a few days.
The much-publicized partnership that would have resulted in digital media brand Kodak’s name appearing on a series of bitcoin miners is no more.
Highly-respected bitcoin developer Pieter Wuille unveiled a draft document outlining the technical makeup of bitcoin’s likely next major upgrade.
A much-talked-about deal between a cryptocurrency non-profit and a bank saw cheers and jeers this week, and all sorts of reactions in between.
Tether, the company behind the dollar-tied USDT, has hired a chief compliance officer from the eighth-largest bank in North America.