Bitcoin’s Former Chief Developer Regrets Playing the ‘Who Was Satoshi’ Game
Gavin Andresen now thinks we should all ignore Craig Wright.
Bitcoin Backers Debate Whether False Founding Claims Hurt the Virtual Currency
Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright said he created bitcoin on May 2 and walked his story back three days later, in the latest embarrassing controversy for the virtual currency.
Why Satoshi Nakamoto Matters
Bitcoin is a political system, and Satoshi is an absentee head of state.
To Survive Long Term, Bitcoin Needs a Break from the Real World
Bitcoin is in trouble. MIT Media Lab is prescribing $900,000 and some time to incubate.
The Dream of Buying a Coffee With Bitcoin Is Dying, If It’s Not Already Dead
“It’s a usability nightmare.”
Bitcoin’s ‘New Normal’ Is Slow and Frustrating
These will be dark, deeply annoying times.
Here's What the Hell Happened In Bitcoin In 2015
This was Bitcoin's wildest year yet.
The Two People at the Heart of Bitcoin's Current Crisis
Gavin Andresen and Mike Hearn are trying to convince the Bitcoin world to make a big coordinated change.
Bitcoin Community in Disarray After New Software Introduced
The new software has sparked a crisis among the digital currency's network of developers and users about how to grow and remain true to the community's democratic roots.
Bitcoin Core Devs in ‘Civil War’ Insist We’re Not Getting The Whole Story
“Even the Economist got a bunch of things wrong. :(” developer Peter Todd said.
What Is Even Happening with Bitcoin Right Now
A civil war brewing over a minor software change.
China's Powerful Bitcoin Miners Say Their Bandwidth Sucks
A proposed change in Bitcoin could mean miners with fewer resources will be shit out of luck.