Two insights into the effects of the Bitcoin crash on miner economics
by Chris Dannen
Dec 10, 2018
Bitmain sued for remotely controlling customer ASICs
Dec 7, 2018
Death spirals everywhere; are they real?
Dec 5, 2018
Bitcoin miners, who use 77% renewable power, are turning off machines
Dec 3, 2018
Lightning is growing faster than anyone expected
Nov 30, 2018
Is Bitcoin still "digital gold," or something else entirely?
Nov 28, 2018
How do central banks make peace with cryptocurrencies?
Nov 26, 2018
Banks to pay $491M settlement over interest rate manipulation
Nov 24, 2018
Giga Watt goes bankrupt, showing the dangers of mis-timing the mining hardware cycle
Nov 22, 2018
Fake Trezors, fake signatures, fake... bottom?
Nov 20, 2018
Fringe economies are starting to talk about cryptocurrency
Nov 17, 2018
Roger Ver's impulsive hashpower moves show the hidden power of pool operators in the BCH Hash War
Nov 16, 2018
Is the Bitcoin Cash fork the cause of today's sell-off?
Nov 14, 2018
In a Bitcoin world, who gets to play the plutocrat?
Nov 12, 2018
Bitcoin and the coming "structural adjustment"
Nov 9, 2018
NYTimes notices the landscape of tech is changing
Nov 7, 2018
Our thesis: How to un-f*ck the Bitcoin narrative
Oct 25, 2018
No silver bullet for Bitcoin's engineering
Oct 4, 2018
Slaying a dragon, one fork at a time (Pt.2)
Oct 2, 2018
Is The War Against ASICs Worth Fighting?
Apr 4, 2018
The Magic Behind ZK-SNARKs: Part III of Our Review of Technical Approaches to Anonymity in Cryptocurrency
Mar 16, 2018
How Monero Diverges from Bitcoin to Achieve Fungibility: Part II of Our Review of Technical Approaches to Anonymity in Cryptocurrency
Mar 14, 2018
First Annual Review of Technical Approaches to Anonymity in Cryptocurrency (Part I)
Mar 12, 2018
Envisioning new global utilities: the roadmap for distributed storage networks
Dec 1, 2017
China regulatory actions on cryptocurrency
Sep 22, 2017