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Terab Project Allows Bitcoin Cash to Scale to one Terabyte Blocks

Forcing cryptocurrencies to scale will always remain a very troublesome topic by the look of things. Bitcoin shows such issues can effectively cripple a network with relative ease. Project Terab, an open source initiative, wants to make sure Bitcoin Cash goes in a different direction. Right now, the network can accommodate blocks of up to 8MB in size. With Terab, the goal is to ensure one terabyte


Cruchbase Feels Bitcoin Lost Sight of Being a Medium of Exchange

The opinions on the current state of Bitcoin are rather divided, to say the least. Some people think it’s doing well, whereas others grow increasingly worried. According to Crunchbase, Bitcoin is no longer a means of exchange. Instead, it has become slow, expensive, and anything but convenient. This is anything but a popular opinion, mind you, but there is some truth to this statement as well. F

This Week in Bitcoin: Failed Forks, Atomic Swaps, and a Little Trouble in Big China

Featured In the first of a new series, we recap the juiciest stories from the past seven days. While trolls have trolled trolls and forkers have forked forks, we’ve bypassed the bitcoin bickering to focus on the news that matters. So nestle up close to your solo mining rig for warmth and get comfy as we reheat the finest morsels from this week in B


Vitalik Buterin Apologizes for “Controversial” Bitcoin Cash Tweet

There has been a lot of commotion involving Bitcoin Cash as of late. Things got especially interesting when Vitalik Buterin suddenly started “supporting” this altcoin. More specifically, his tweet caused a fair amount of backlash. Publicly congratulating Ver and Wu on the success of BCH isn’t out of the ordinary. Not even when this altcoin briefly surpassed Ethereum in market cap. However, o


A Tale of Two Bitcoins: Where Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash are Headed

This is a tale of two Bitcoins. After a fork in August that created Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH), we have reached yet another crossroad. While another hardfork was planned around middle of November to boost Bitcoin’s block size, this fork is now dead in the water. The lack of consensus among the Bitcoin community was cited as the reason for abandoning the so-called SegWit2x plan.Abandoni

Swedish Pirate Rick Falkvinge Brings Humor and Profundity to Bitcoin Cash Debate

Reviews As bitcoin cash (BCH) has rocketed to usurp ethereum in market capitalization, ranking the second most popular cryptocurrency behind bitcoin, conspiracy theories have appeared almost as quickly. Who is behind this? Classic pump and dump? It’s an attack! Swedish pirate Rick Falkvinge weighs-in on the broader debate with a parody fo

Software Wars: Segwit2x Uncertainty and the Casting of Miner Votes

Technology Just recently news.Bitcoin.com reported on the Segwit2x lead developer Jeff Garzik detailing that the upcoming fork was “still full steam ahead.” Lately, bitcoin proponents from both sides of the scaling debate have been bickering quite a bit, and now many businesses and individuals are either declaring their Segwit2x support or distan

Developer Amaury Séchet Discusses the Values of Bitcoin ABC Development

Interview Over the past two months, the Bitcoin Cash network has been trucking along and currently holds the fourth largest cryptocurrency market capitalization. Recently news.Bitcoin.com covered the project’s current Emergency Difficulty Adjustment (EDA) and the discussions concerning the future of the network’s difficulty change. This week we s


ATM Operator BitcoinPlug Considers “Core an Attack Against Bitcoin”

It is evident there will continue to be a lot of bickering regarding Bitcoin. Whichever form of this currency may succeed in the end, things have turned into a kindergarten as of right now. Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and SegWit2x all claim to be the real Bitcoin blockchain. Whether or not that will be the case, remains to be seen. All claims are valid,  but BitcoinPlug has taken a rather unusual

Bitcoin Software Wars: The Battle Between Nodes, Hashpower and Developers

Technology While many bitcoiners have been focused on the competition between Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH), another significant battle is taking place. Many grueling arguments between bitcoin Core developers and their supporters, Segwit2x (Btc1) developers and proponents of the New York Agreement continue to fuel tension throughout