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Bitcoin was originally thought to be fully anonymous and in its early days it probably was. However, as most moved from mining Bitcoin to buying, systemic entry points, or exchanges, sprang up.
Segregated Witness (or SegWit) was added to Bitcoin Core. Will it be the first step towards a mainstream-ready global decentralized digital currency?
ACINQ has successfully tested and implemented leading Blockchain technology company Bitfury’s algorithm solution for instant payments routing on the Lightning Network.
Blockchain, the world’s leading provider of Blockchain tools and software, has announced that the first usable implementation of the Lightning network, Thunder, has been released as an alpha.
Ryan X Charles, Bitcoin-based content sharing platform Yours co-founder and software engineer, officially introduced the world’s first Bitcoin micropayments web wallet that is structurally similar to Core’s Lightning network.
Is the scaling effort leading to Bitcoin’s privatization? NodeCounter.com accuses Blockstream of crippling Bitcoin for financial gain.
Electrum, an open source Bitcoin wallet application launched in 2011, is officially introducing support for SegWit,the innovative scaling solution from Bitcoin Core, in its next release.
End-to-end Lightning micropayment transaction test shows that payments on a public Blockchain is possible.
GreenAddress being acquired by Blockstream will allow it to work with sidechains which will enable users to manage Bitcoin and other assets and features.
We (up 'til now) haven't talked to much about the Lightning Network. In order to understand the Lightning Network, one must first have a basic understanding of bitcoin.
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Thanks to some proposed tweaks, we could be seeing the Lightning Network a lot sooner than expected.
Lightning Network is a proposal for an off-blockchain network that would support super-fast transactions and boost Bitcoin scalability.
Bitcoin developers representing some 90 percent of the commits to Bitcoin Core in the last years have written and signed an open letter to the Bitcoin community and more news
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