The National Republican Congressional Committee has become the first national party committee to solicit bitcoin donations.
A new attack vector following the Ledger data breach of July 2020 involves sending convincing but fake hardware wallets to victims.
Revealing misunderstandings, the World Bank has rejected El Salvador's request for assistance in implementing a bitcoin standard.
Sign up to receive Bitcoin Magazine content directly in your inbox and follow us on social to keep up with the latest!
Officials in Sichuan, a major bitcoin mining hub in China, have reportedly issued a shutdown order for bitcoin mining operations there.
Aaron Segal joined the “Bitcoin Magazine Podcast” to discuss the “bitcoin as digital gold” narrative.
An excerpt from Bitcoin Magazine's Deep Dive: How Bitcoin miner capitulation is driving the bitcoin price down.
Toronto-based Bitcoin mining firm Bitfarms expects to begin trading under “BITF” on the Nasdaq stock market on June 21.
Mental health is a serious issue that affects the Bitcoin community as much as any other — and should not be stigmatized.
A new filing with the SEC indicates that another Morgan Stanley bitcoin fund will stem from the partnership of NYDIG and FS Investments.
A video suggesting that a local news producer omitted Bitcoin stories for black audiences raised questions about biases and Bitcoin culture.
Bitcoin mining firm Genesis Digital Assets has bought 10,000 bitcoin mining rigs from Canaan, advancing a partnership that started in April.
Switzerland-based bitcoin investment app Relai raised more than $2.7 million in a series A round and now seeks to build a proprietary broker.
An excerpt from Bitcoin Magazine's Deep Dive: Michael Saylor's MicroStrategy continues to lead the corporate world in BTC accumulation.
The ancient lower class struggled against the ruling patricians, much as bitcoiners struggle against modern monoliths today.