Linux is a family of free and open-source software built around the Linux kernel software operating systems. The first version of Linux was launched in 1991 by Linus Torvalds. Being on an equal footing with other popular operating systems — such as Android, iOS and Windows — many kinds of Bitcoin software for Linux have also developed, like Linux Bitcoin mining software, Linux Bitcoin wallet software, etc. Nevertheless, users should be careful when choosing Bitcoin software for a certain kind of Linux distribution, as some of them do not officially package Bitcoin clients, due to its special requirements to function on a peer-to-peer network. However, some users claim that Bitcoin and Linux fit perfectly together, as on some distributions of Linux Bitcoin, miners work faster.
In an interview filmed during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Daniela Barbosa gives the floor to enterprise blockchains and the future of currencies.
‘CBDCs are the natural evolution,’ says HyperLedger director Barbosa
The Linux Foundation and the American Association of Insurance Services are co-launching a blockchain-based platform to help the insurance industry.
Linux Foundation launches blockchain-based platform for insurance
The Cartesi team thinks rollups can be used for more than just Solidity smart contracts.
New project uses rollups to build Linux-based decentralized computer
Blockchain technology is transitioning from a conceptual tool that powered the ICO boom into a value-adding service for mainstream industries.
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The Linux Foundation has launched the ToIP Foundation, a new cross-industry coalition that aims to provide a trusted exchange of data over the internet.
Mastercard and R3 Join Linux Foundation’s New Data Privacy Project
Distributed ledger technology provider Iota, Dell Technologies and the Linux Foundation are collaborating to score data based on trustworthiness.
Iota, Dell and Linux Developing Platform to Rate Data Trustworthiness
Two threat analysts recently stumbled upon Skidmap, new Linux malware that keeps its cryptocurrency mining operations hidden.
New Linux Malware Mines Crypto While Remaining Undetectable