Bitcoin's markets may be booming but it's the network's rare development talent that may be most valuable.
An influx of get-rich-quick types could encourage the sort of behavior that bitcoin was designed to escape.
What happened after all the fear, uncertainty and doubt of 2017? Bitcoin became stronger than ever, according to developer Jimmy Song.
Frustrated by crypto transaction fees? This family-card Explainer gives an overview of why they're necessary for the blockchains being built.
Not for easily swayed, vlogger Mike in Space narrates a tour through the world of bitcoin memes (and mixed messages) of 2017.
Forking bitcoin was all the rage in 2017. In 2018, the question might be, what are we getting in return?
While we're still a long way from mass adoption, this is a moment of global awareness and dialogue that is opening up a wide array of possibilities.
2017 was another bad year in bitcoin in the eyes of long-time industry observer Jim Harper, but he sees a silver lining at the end of the story.
Forks offer ideological leaders the chance to put their ideas on improving protocols into practice without getting bogged down in endless bickering.
One of the most talked about technologies in development for bitcoin is the Lightning Network. But what does it do, and when might it be ready?