An unknown person or entity just sent a whole lot of money while hiding in plain sight.
Was it simply a catastrophically expensive mistake, or something more nefarious? The mining pool is holding on to the fee in case the sender speaks up.
BCM allows administrators to create “supergroups” of up to 100,000 people.
Having proven it can't be trusted with your data, Facebook wants you to trust it with your money.
Artists Ida Jonsson and Simon Saarinen embedded the work on the blockchain in an act aimed "against being adult."
Verified.Me will allow people to consent to an institution sharing their data to verify their identity or access services.
Satellites and some nascent tech gave Motherboard a unique opportunity.
Coinbase said it's aware of the Neutrino founders' controversial past, but their technology is the best the major exchange has encountered.
Former Trump Cabinet member Ryan Zinke has a new gig as the managing director of Artillery One, a blockchain and cryptocurrency investment firm.
Bunz is taking a page out of the Bitcoin playbook, bucking the industry trend of “if you build it, they will come.”
The Bitcoin white paper was released into the world 10 years ago today, so we asked some influential people in the space—including the guy who spent 10,000 bitcoins on pizza in 2010—what it is and where it's going.