This episode of “The Van Wirdum Sjorsnado” covers the latest major release of the Bitcoin Core software and its most important changes.
Bitcoin’s all-time price highs in 2021 have crushed records set in 2017. But that’s not the only way in which this bull run is different.
OKCoin has announced that it will integrate Bitcoin’s Lightning Network, reducing transaction fees and deposit/withdrawal times.
Shift Crypto’s Douglas Bakkum joins the “Bitcoin Magazine Podcast” to discuss his inspiration, the BitBox02 and bitcoin cold storage.
Randy McMillan joins “Taco Plebs” to discuss his work to make Bitcoin accessible to everyone, even the visually and tactile impaired.
The forthcoming introduction of a digital yuan in China is the latest in the ongoing battle between fiat currencies and bitcoin.
Following the deplatforming of Donald Trump and crackdown on “undesirable” social media use, Bitcoiners migrated from Twitter to Mastodon.
If Bitcoiners truly strive for permissionless freedom, they should run their own hardware free from centralized third parties.
This episode of “Fed Watch” covered the broad macroeconomic atmosphere in which bitcoin finds itself.
Your guide to the latest trends from North America’s bitcoin mining companies, pools, firmware providers and financial services companies.
Despite the “bitcoin is for criminals” narrative, the proportion of criminal cryptocurrency transactions was less than 1 percent in 2020.
With digitized money and a deflationary economy, Bitcoin will usher in second order effects that will reshape the nature of societies.
The Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) just bought a record 16,244 bitcoin. So, how does investing in the fund work?
With growing adoption and state-sponsored mining in Pakistan, what does the country’s Bitcoin present and future look like?
Cryptograffiti, one of Bitcoin’s most prolific artists discussed, his latest billboard project “Bitcoin Vs. The Fed.”
“We are aware of the importance of being early adopters and our ability to see where things are headed if we don’t correct course.”
CoinShares has announced an exchange-traded product physically backed by bitcoin to entice institutions into Plan B.
The potential for “griefing” attacks on Bitcoin’s Lightning Network is a serious threat. Here’s how they work and why they deserve a fix.
Bitcoin’s price rise may make you feel like you’ve missed the boat, but simple supply and demand economics say otherwise.
The last decade has been good to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. But this growth will soon necessitate an end to community infighting.
In this episode of “The Van Wirdum Sjorsnado,” the hosts are joined by Ruben Somsen to discuss the sidechain project Drivechain.
Despite BTC’s price gains in 2020, the failings of our fiat monetary system demonstrate that bitcoin is still significantly undervalued.
We all know that money printer go brrr. But how does the fiat money supply really get increased and what does this mean for our economy?
In this episode of “Fed Watch,” the hosts presented a vision of the next year that only the Bitcoin space can offer.