11 - 24 January 2016
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Mike Hearn made a big fuss last week when he announced his departure from Bitcoin development and also said that he has sold all his bitcoins.
Greg Slepak wrote a long blog post rebutting every point from Mike Hearn's final Bitcoin post.
BitGo has launched a new service that aims to allow clients to accept transactions prior to their official confirmation on the bitcoin blockchain.
Wences Casares, CEO of bitcoin wallet provider Xapo, is the PayPal's newest board member.
Block Size Debate
Following a months-long debate on how to scale the bitcoin network, bitcoin mining firms are voicing their support for a newly introduced proposal.
Bitcoin Magazine recieved a response from major Chinese Bitcoin exchange Huobi, which indicated that the situation was still evolving. According to Huobi, there was not yet consensus among the Chinese mining community about whether to run Bitcoin Classic or Bitcoin Core.
Aaron van Wirdum takes a look at the various Bitcoin clients in the ecosystem now.
Digital Asset Holdings, the blockchain startup run by former JPMorgan Chase & Co. banker Blythe Masters, raised $52 million from investors and won a contract to radically speed up settlement in Australia’s stock market.
A concept that predated bitcoin itself is becoming more than a thought exercise as blockchains explore ways to harness smart contracts for greater uses.
Romit, the remittance service that began as bitcoin ATM developer Robocoin, has said that it is shutting down its bitcoin services.
Vitalik Buterin offers his thoughts on increasing privacy in the blockchain.
A full-node is a mining node.
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