Recently announced bank blockchain projects may be modest in scope, but they are beginning to paint a much larger picture.
Initial coin offerings – the blockchain funding use case – are the latest subject of the long-running “Dilbert” comic strip.
As bitcoin heads toward a controversial fork this November, debate is breaking out about how wallet users – and their money – might be impacted.
New York-based startup LedgerX has concluded a historic first week of cryptocurrency derivatives trading, reporting $1 million in exchanges.
Bitcoin’s price has crossed the $5,900 mark for the first time, setting a new all-time high.
The CEO of Microsoft believes blockchain can have “massive implications,” a comment that helped close Swift’s annual Sibos conference this year.
During Sibos, DAHs Blythe Masters, said while blockchain solutions can be expensive, they’re worth the cost for mitigating security holes.
No one won the game of trolls, but competition between Swift, Ripple and Stellar is still fierce, even though it might be too early for fists.
More and more blockchains may be forking, but developers still don’t think they’ve quite found the best way to execute the upgrade.
Days after the ethereum blockchain underwent a system-wide upgrade, developers have still yet to confirm the software is fully stable.
Blockchain’s future is bright, just maybe a little less glamorous without the get-rich-quick investment aspect, writes Joe Pindar of Gemalto.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee encouraged the blockchain space to think about the unintended consequences of its actions in a talk at Ripple’s Swell conference.
The developer of zcash has announced the first integration of its zero-knowledge privacy tech into JPMorgan’s enterprise grade Quorum blockchain.
Government secrets on a blockchain? Following recent security upgrades, Microsoft has launched a platform specifically for that purpose.
An Ethereum hard fork wouldn’t be complete without a protest movement or two. But what do the latest rebels want?