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It's the year 2055, and the music industry has changed. No longer are the days where recording industry executives reap more profits than the artists themselves.
2015 was a good year for Bitcoin; and some say this could very well be reflected in its overall value the past two months.
In today’s digital age, there are many people on the quest towards the Internet of things (IoT). Now, a new micro-transaction crypto-token called IOTA looks to facilitate the architecture involved with IoT.
On October 13, Blockstream announced its first sidechain project: Liquid. The first production sidechain is a platform that will allow rapid liquidity between Bitcoin exchanges and brokers.
Over the past 72 hours, the Bitcoin protocol has been suffering from a malleability attack. The attack has been happening to quite a few users moving funds on the network.
The Linux Foundation released a white paper titled “A $5 Billion Value: Estimating the Total Development Cost of Linux Foundation’s Collaborative Projects”
San Diego based cryptocurrency wallet provider AirBitz was featured on ABC’s 10 News as the local news network reported on companies in the city accepting and paying workers with bitcoin and how the workers “never see a paycheck.”
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong responded to the backlash against his company when it was revealed that it filed nine Bitcoin patent applications with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
A survey released by the World Economic Forum (WEF) suggests that “Distributed Financial Technology” will go mainstream in 12 years.
The Bitcoin wallet Hive is no longer being actively developed. In fact, the creator says that the wallet hasn't had much development in "over a year."
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have been officially deemed a commodity by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission on September 17.
Onename made a big announcement on September 12 at the Blockstack Summit 2015. Co-founder, Muneeb Ali, revealed during his keynote presentation that the Namecoin network is not decentralized
While banks and investors look to the blockchain as a singular investment vehicle, they miss the fact that Bitcoin is not only the strongest distributed ledger in existence
The Anti-Virus software millionaire and Bitcoin supporter John McAfee has announced he is running in the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.
Shaun Bridges, former US agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration plead guilty on August 31 to charges of wire fraud and money laundering.
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