Nothing better to juice up a conference than a billionaire busting rhymes about bitcoin and the crowd joining in to sing about a new world order.
Are the baseball cards/Beanie Babies of the digital world finally here? Or is it all a farce?
New research suggests that Bitcoin will account for 0.5 percent of the world's electricity demand by the end of this year. But one researcher says he still isn't getting the whole picture.
Jimmy Song, a venture partner at Blockchain Capital, tells the biggest cryptocurrency conference of the year that blockchain is a solution in search of a problem.
Critical "Drupalgeddon2" is still being exploited six weeks after it was patched.
The building looks abandoned, but inside the graffiti-covered door, 200 workers tap at laptops with the goal of reshaping the world.
It's easy to see why investors would be excited about a project like this. If successful, it would provide all the benefits of conventional cryptocurrencies without the volatility that plagues bitcoin and its competitors today.
It's a colossal pump-and-dump scheme, the likes of which the world has never seen.
Bitcoin started as a populist alternative to government money — or was it just the rich getting richer all along?
Martin Lewis is the unwitting face of crypto scammers, and he wants Facebook to fix it.
What are application specific integrated circuits and why are cryptocurrency communities freaking out about them?
Michael Novogratz is searching for redemption in cryptocurrencies.
There's drama in the cryptosphere.
Overwhelmingly, millennials, gen-Xers and baby boomers alike would use an unexpected $10,000 infusion to pay down debt.
With blockchain, a complete erasure of any stored personal data might not be possible, experts told The Verge.
For young Koreans, cryptocurrency seems like a rare shot at prosperity. It's turning out to be the opposite.
In 1996, Philip Nitschke used a computer to facilitate the first legal euthanasia in history. Today, he is teaching elderly people how to buy Bitcoin, use encrypted messaging, and navigate the dark web to end their lives on their own terms.
A single donation from Ripple, a virtual currency company, funded every project listed on DonorsChoose.org. The money will reach students in more than 16,500 public schools nationwide
Cryptocurrency investors from around the world have been using Plattsburgh's cheap electricity to get rich, and are being subsidized by the city's residents to do so.
Plattsburgh, New York has imposed an 18-month moratorium on Bitcoin mining to prevent miners from using all the city's cheap electricity.
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