In a space growing as quickly as the digital economy, it’s imperative to keep up with the latest technologies and the people enabling them. These stories are the heartbeat of the growing digital currency community.
Evercoin has announced its detachable, mobile-focused hardware wallet. But how does it compare to the rest of the market?
11/9/2019: Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review brings you the most critical, interesting and popular news stories affecting Bitcoin this week.
11/2/19: Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review brings you the most critical, interesting and popular news stories affecting Bitcoin this week.
In this episode of the Bitcoin Magazine Podcast, Dave Hollerith interviews Tom Bachar, CEO of Pei, to find out how it rewards users with bitcoin.
In this video interview, Team Satoshi creator and leader Vitus Zeller talks about promoting Bitcoin and cypherpunk ideals through athletic events.
Coinkite has published official schematics and guides for users to build their own Coldcard hardware wallet but will it hurt the bottom line?
Following new forex restrictions that limit the amount of USD that Argentines can buy, bitcoin is poised to become a go-to haven in Argentina.
In this video interview, bitcoin trader and advocate Tone Vays discusses his activity in the space, technical analysis and U.S. regulations.
We spoke to Luno and BitPesa about why African countries like Nigeria, South Africa and Ghana now lead the world in Google searches for Bitcoin.
As the Living on Bitcoin experiment reaches Prague, a visit to Paralelní Polis inspires cypherpunk fantasies.
If Arnhem is the Bitcoin city, then Berlin’s Room 77 is the Bitcoin bar. Plus, beer with hodlonaut and visits to the Lightning Conference and c-base.
An open-source journal and conference, Cryptoeconomic Systems, is forthcoming from collaborators including MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative.
Bitcoin’s popularity in Arnhem is most apparent in the variety of things you can buy: from Palestinian sweets to (yes, really) an escape game.
Far from home with a fistful of sats.
After launching a beta in July 2019, Opera is launching full-blown support for bitcoin on its Android browser.
HTC is launching the Exodus 1s: a $244 smartphone that runs a full Bitcoin node and has an integrated hardware wallet.
Lightnite targets Fortnite video gamers by integrating the Bitcoin Lightning Network for micropayments.
With Turkey showing increasing interest in bitcoin, cryptocurrency exchange Huobi is adding support for the lira.
Upheaval and unrest in established markets, like change and evolution in emerging markets, make a compelling case for Bitcoin adoption.
Controversial social platform Gab is expecting to rely increasingly on bitcoin for operations and launching a program to help others adopt it.
Traki, one of the largest retail chains in Venezuela, has installed its first bitcoin ATM — another step in the country’s adoption of cryptocurrency.