It’s Getting Harder to Send Bitcoin’s Lightning Torch – Here’s Why

An experiment pushing the boundaries of crypto payments, bitcoin's Lightning Torch is suffering liquidity issues due to its success.

The SEC’s Crypto Czar Is Hitting the Road – And She Wants to Meet...

The SEC is visiting cities around the U.S. to meet with crypto startups about token offerings and solicit feedback on existing regulations.

Ethereum’s ProgPoW Proposal: An Expensive Game of Whack-a-Mole

Ethereum's ProgPoW proposal may appear to minimize the ASIC advantage, but it isn't as democratizing as claimed, argue Dovey Wan and Martina Long.

JP Morgan’s Stablecoin: A Feat of Engineering or Marketing?

Upon first examination, JPM coin is an exciting Wall Street development, but the reality is more complicated, writes Kadena's Ben Jessel.

Swiss Stock Exchange SIX Will Tokenize Equity on R3’s Corda Blockchain

Swiss stock exchange operator Six Group has selected R3’s Corda Enterprise blockchain platform for the security token market it is building.

New Security Token Exchange ABE Wants to Bring Back Small-Cap IPOs

A new security token trading venture is coming out of stealth mode with a novel strategy to help small U.S. companies go public at a lower cost.

People Are Paying Bitcoin to Send Weird and Wild Messages Into Space

You’re not sure where it will end up exactly or who will actually read it. But you type up a message, pay a couple of cents in bitcoin and click the “send” button. Your message zips through space – yes, space – then is broadcast out o...

Bitcoin Miners Are Investing Again, Expecting a Cheap Power Boom Soon

Bitcoin miners in China are betting that abundant water this summer will make their business profitable again.

The Right Way to Do Blockchain Consortiums

Deloitte's Randy Wilson looks at the challenges for blockchain consortia, and offers advice on how to overcome them.