The DAO Hacker is Getting Away

What happened to The DAO hacker? It’s a question that weeks after the headline-grabbing heist rocked the blockchain world seems to evade an easy answer. Interviews conducted by CoinDesk indicate the ethereum community seems to have largely abandoned efforts to find the individual or group that...
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Bitcoin ‘Hacker Residency’ to Launch in New York

A bitcoin development training program will launch in New York City this September to teach new developers the basics of the protocol. While bitcoin might not be the easiest software to master today, bitcoin R&D group Chaincode Labs believes it can help mitigate this issue by giving developers...
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Bitcoin Hacker Residency to Launch in New York

A bitcoin development training program is launching in New York City this September to teach new developers the basics of the protocol. Bitcoin might not be the easiest software to master, but bitcoin R&D group Chaincode Labs believes it can help mitigate this issue by giving developers an...
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How Peercoin Got A Boost From Bitcoin’s Halving

Bitcoin mining is perhaps best viewed as a speculative endeavor. Miners take electricity and turn it into bitcoin, hoping that they can generate a profit when the cost of producing the digital currency is less than the amount spent on power. When they can’t, miners have two options...
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