Bitcoin Core News

Bitcoin Core is a client software used to access the Bitcoin network. The platform is considered to be official, as Bitcoin Core developers are part of the Bitcoin foundation, which means they took part in the creation of Bitcoin and now support the network by creating protocols and updates. In addition, Bitcoin Core is a virtual thick wallet which requires downloading the entire blockchain, demanding a lot of capacity and computing power. The wallet allows storing, transferring and receiving digital money and helps to spread other users’ transactions. Bitcoin Core is characterized by its high security level, the possibility to download it for free and a wide range of interface languages. For new users Bitcoin Core is considered to be the best choice of such software.
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501(3)(c) status boosts the project's legitimacy as well as its efficiency in using donations.
Bitcoin core non-profit gets approved for tax exemption, perks for donors
Kollen Post
2021-02-10T16:03:10+00:00
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Legal threats by self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto, Craig Wright, have caused one site to remove what he claims is “his” Bitcoin whitepaper. But others are refus...
Craig Wright ultimatum: Take ‘my’ Bitcoin whitepaper down or face lawsuit
Greg Thomson
2021-01-21T11:45:20+00:00
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Amid increasing distrust of custodial solutions and recent upgrades to Bitcoin Core, more Bitcoiners are starting to run their own nodes.
Bitcoin node count hits new all-time high
Cyrus McNally
2021-01-20T03:27:14+00:00
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The Coinbase Crypto Community Fund was awarded to João Barbosa and another pseudonymous developer.
Bitcoin developer who lost Bitmain funding wins Coinbase’s first-ever developer grant
Sam Bourgi
2020-12-24T18:00:00+00:00
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Bitcoin Core touts itself as a direct descendant of Satoshi Nakamoto’s original Bitcoin software client.
Bitmain reportedly cuts off funding to Bitcoin Core developers
Helen Partz
2020-12-02T11:27:54+00:00
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While Hal Finney may no longer be with us, one of his proposals from 2011 may soon find its way to Bitcoin thanks to an expired patent.
One of Hal Finney's lost contributions to Bitcoin Core to be 'resurrected'
Michael Kapilkov
2020-09-28T22:03:42+01:00
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As lead maintainer Wladimir van der Laan takes a break from Bitcoin duties, we ask what would happen if the entire Github maintenance team disappeared.
Would Bitcoin suffer if the lead maintainers were kidnapped by aliens?
Michael Kapilkov
2020-09-11T23:30:00+01:00
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When determining consensus in the blockchain community, right and wrong isn't always "Black" and "White".
Semantic debate may account for Wladimir van der Laan's Bitcoin Core departure
Michael Kapilkov
2020-09-08T18:40:00+01:00
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