Despite some negative trends noticed by experts, Bitcoin continues to gain a momentum. Over $6 trillion has been transferred already across its network.
Soon after the full-SegWit support in the Bitcoin software update, the Bitcoin transactions using SegWit have doubled in just past two days.
The transactions costs on the Bitcoin network have gone lowest in the past six months due to the reduction in network congestion as well as with the implementation of the SegWit support.
Current situation in the bitcoin network demonstrates that the cryptocurrency ecosystem may not be fully ready for mainstream adoption.
Denmark’s police have used cryptocurrency transfers as an evidence for the second time in a row, what is likely to prevent bitcoin usage by criminals in the future.
21 Inc. launches a free online service that estimates the fees and delay associated with bitcoin transactions.
E-Coin users get an opportunity to make instant bitcoin transactions without the need to wait for three confirmations.
BitPay shares its statistics on Bitcoin industry to show a picture of the state of BItcoin around the world in 2015.
Bitcoin exchange Coinbase has published an article, uncovering the key developments and trends in the cryptocurrency market during H1 of 2015.
Argentina shows the growing adoption of digital currency, mainly observed among small businesses.
Here’s an awesome infographic from Georgi Georgiev of Coupofy.com, who has collated a bunch of information from Bitpay and Coinbase and presented it all in this handy summary.
The blockchain and Bitcoin are becoming quite popular and widespread not only in the financial sector. However, energy-conscious Bitcoin customers have some reasons for concern.