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What You Need to Know to Understand the Complicated Splitting of Bitcoin

Bitcoin and Ethereum have both seen high-profile forks in the past year, spawning separate coins with different rules. The splits come down to diverging ideologies and the laws of network consensus.

Rob Marvin

5 Essential Podcasts for Entrepreneurs Serious About Cryptocurrency

Your buyer offers to pay you with bitcoins. Cool, but how do you spend bitcoin?

Marsha Hunt

Bitcoin Feud Splits the Currency in Two

Frustrated community members voted to split a new cryptocurrency, Bitcoin Cash, off the main bitcoin branch.

David Lumb

Ransomware Scams Have Raked in $25 Million

A study finds that ransomware now generates 'tens of millions' of dollars in revenue for criminals.

6 Cryptocurrencies You Should Know About (and None of Them Are Bitcoin)

How digital, international currency makes business easier than ever.

Matthew Toren

How Digital Wallets and Mobile Payments Are Evolving and What It Means for You

Digital payments are clearly the wave of the future but people will likely be using familiar folding money for awhile longer.

John Rampton

5 Ways to Participate in the Bitcoin Revolution

There are methods large and small for entrepreneurs to step into the world of crypto-currencies and blockchain technology.

Chris W. Dunn

6 Reasons Why Blockchain is Worth Getting Excited

Blockchain is an anonymous peer-to-peer payment system that relies on secure cryptographic protocols.

John Rampton

Has the True Identity of the Bitcoin Founder Finally Been Revealed?

The latest name to float to the surface in the hunt for Satoshi Nakamoto is Craig Steven Wright, an Australian entrepreneur and academic.

Nina Zipkin

Bitcoin Hits $300 Mark

The last time the cryptocurrency was priced this high was in July.

Daniel Roberts

Insights From the Man Who Created a Digital Currency as a Joke That Then Blew Up

Jackson Palmer, an Adobe marketing product manager, created Dogecoin as a side project.

Eric Siu

Bitcoin Is Now Classified as a Commodity in the U.S.

The digital currency has the same designation as gold or oil.

Matt Clinch