The motto of a number of bitcoiners is "don't trust, verify" yet increasingly fewer people run a node. Check out reasons to run a node, and reasons why you might not want to.
Some people think that if you're a bitcoin developer you must have been bought lots of bitcoin really early and be crazy rich by now - which means that funding development is not really a priority. This is far from capturing the whole picture.
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Miniscript makes the process of writing bitcoin scripts easier to write but also easier to verify its correctness. In this article I explain the basics of miniscript.
Jameson Lopp , CTO at Casa, discusses wallet security and in particular security around how deposits and withdrawals are made to and from the wallet.
Listen to Conor Okus, editor of Advancing Bitcoin, and Selene Jin, Director of User Experience, talk about Bitcoin, user experience, and the on-boarding new users.
Bitcoin Core's wallet architecture recently changed. At the Advancing Bitcoin Conference 2020, Andrew Chow spoke about Rethinking Wallet Architecture and the recent changes he's implemented.
This article describes P2PEP, a method of improving bitcoin privacy., and how it is being implemented in BTC Pay Server. This is a big step towards delivering Bitcoin's original goal of worldwide permission-less payments.
In 5 steps, we explain how to to become a bitcoin developer.
Don't shut me out! Why bitcoin wallets shouldn't lock you out after 3 attempts Why do bitcoin apps have login screens? Are login screens necessary? How many attempts before you lock me out?
A recap of our first event aimed at aspiring bitcoin and crypto entrepreneurs.