Welcome to Bitcoin 2020, a one-of-a-kind festival celebrating the dawn of a new technological paradigm and the counterculture behind it.
The crypto anarchist story of Dark Wallet, the first bitcoin wallet with a CoinJoin mixer built in.
Bitcoin Magazine first covered common misconceptions about Bitcoin as a guide for journalists in 2013. But some myths persist, so here we go again.
Sponsored: Unchained Capital is building the archetype of the future financial institution, form fit for the world of bitcoin.
The data about specific payment requests from #LNTrustchain2 can provide us with insight into consumer-related aspects of Lightning Network adoption.
WIth Germany’s latest law regarding bitcoin exchanges and custodians, a key consideration is not only where a business is located — it’s also where its clients are.
Bitcoin Magazine first reported Venezuela’s potential for adoption in 2014. As its economy has grown worse, it’s clear Bitcoin can’t fix everything.
This infographic visualizes some of the most significant bitcoin exchange hacks, mismanagements and other compromises.
The Bitcoin and cryptocurrency ecosystems needs real investment in FOSS development to live up to their disruptive promise and potential.
Bitcoin Optech was founded in 2018 to bridge the worlds of open-source development and companies.
Project lead Daniel Buchner discusses ION, Microsoft’s open-source digital ID system built on Bitcoin.
Building “Bitcoin for all”
This infographic indicates which organizations have supported some of the most prolific open-source Bitcoin Core contributors over the years.
Sponsored: Artificial intelligence enables the bot to learn about the bitcoin market and all of its history.
Bitcoin charities like BitGive recognize that blockchain technology can make charitable giving more efficient, while improving lives around the world.
Through #BuiltWithBitcoin, Paxful is building schools around the world and proving bitcoin’s value as a medium for philanthropy.
Doing the most with your BTC
Bitcoin and skateboarding are rooted in radical approaches to old ideas, so it’s no wonder that bitcoin was a perfect fit for the Tony Hawk Foundation.
The tax benefits of donating bitcoin to nonprofits could help push bitcoin adoption in 2020.
In 2011, raising 100 BTC for charities as a way to promote bitcoin adoption was the easy part. Finding charities that would accept bitcoin donations? That was the challenge.
Bitcoin100, BitGive, Helperbit and The Giving Block have all proven the power of Bitcoin giving. But the Pineapple Fund’s impact is unparalleled.
Sponsored: Bitrefill has a mission to revolutionize the way bitcoin functions as a true everyday currency worldwide.
Pseudonymous Lightning developer ZmnSCPxj has proposed self-payments as a way of adding more privacy to Lightning Network transactions.
Lightning Labs announced a $10 million Series A funding round and released its Lightning Loop service in beta.