Bitcoin Core’s latest software includes optimizations designed to boost SegWit, a scaling upgrade that’s still slowly rolling out across the network.
When SegWit finally activated last week, the code change didn’t immediately make its benefits possible. So, when can we expect to see some benefits?
A deep dive into claims that it’s safe to remove bitcoin’s block size limit and instead rely on existing “simplified payment verification” methods.
How far away is bitcoin from a capacity upgrade? While technical progress is being made, things are far from set in stone.
Perhaps no coder is more at the center of bitcoin’s raging scaling debate more than Jeff Garzik – here he talks about the network’s future.
Bitcoin is poised for a number of possible code changes this summer, so CoinDesk has compiled a chart to help users navigate the developing situation.
Jameson Lopp makes an impassioned plea for more cooperation between the players in the bitcoin space in order that the system can thrive.
Ethereum miners are raising the network’s transaction capacity, a move that comes amid criticism about blockchain congestion.
CoinDesk’s research team takes a look at the changing economics of the bitcoin blockchain, using charts to tell the story of the scaling debate.
A look back at some of the fascinating and diverse panels that took place at Consensus 2017 this week.