20 - 26 June 2015
Digital Asset Holdings has announced the acquisition of two blockchain startups: Hyperledger and Bits of Proof.
A startup that uses the bitcoin blockchain to digitally establish ownership of art and other creative works has raised $2m in seed funding.
Konrad Graf offers his opinion behind the block size debate from an economics point of view.
RBS confirmed it is undertaking a proof-of-concept with Ripple technology, following a high-profile payments mishap earlier this month.
A recent attempt to standardize the development of the oldest bitcoin protocol for asset transfer has resulted in a new implementation.
Three of China's biggest mining pools – F2Pool, BTCChina Pool and Huobi Pool – maintain that the Bitcoin Core development team should strive for consensus, and will therefore not support a switch to Bitcoin XT
Recently "CoinWallet.eu" announced that they were going to do an "Ultimate" Bitcoin stress test, flooding the network with transactions. It looks like they are in fact going ahead with that by spending 20BTC - about $5kUSD - to create transactions with a fee of 0.1mBTC/KB to flood the network with transactions. Peter Todd explains how the situation works and how transactions can be verified.
Jonas Nick found that as long as there is no network partition, he didn't find a scenario yet where a miner can profit by creating bigger blocks.
Digital currency exchanges and gateways need to be tightly regulated to prevent money laundering and terrorism financing, says the latest FATF report.
CoinDesk speaks to ex-Coinbase CCO Martine Niejadlik regarding the state of compliance and regulation in the digital currency industry.
The timechain is a new deterministic data structure that uses a chain of time-lock encrypted RSA public keys at 5 minute intervals whose publication is incentivised through the use of hash-locked financial rewards.
A tutorial series for developers to get started with Bitcoin development.
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