Thought of the week from Marty Bent:
There is so much yet to be explored in the mining industry.
Thought of the week from Matt Odell:
How do we encourage corporate bitcoin stakeholders to be responsible stewards of the network?
Is it even possible?
Is it necessary or simply preferred?
Are they a net benefit or a threat?
- Bitcoin Optech Newsletter #118
- LND vulnerability found, please update your nodes ASAP
- Square buys $50M worth of bitcoin
- New Europol report
- Travel rule rumors swirl
- New DoJ framework
- HMRC orders coinbase to hand over customer records
- Chainalysis hits Mex with high risk warning
- BitMEX leadership changes
- Schnorr summary by Suredbits
- Specter v0.8.1
- Bitcoin Wallet Tracker v0.1.5
- Blockstream Green desktop v0.0.4
- Sparrow v0.9.5
- BlueWallet v5.6.1
- BTCPay server v184.108.40.206
- Hexa Wallet v1.2.0
- Fully Noded v0.1.90
- Ledger live adding coin control and full node support
- Riot Blockchain buys 2500 S19 Pros
- $26 million in Bitfinex stolen bitcoin moves
- Mempool.space sponsors
- Classroom surveillance on the rise with the rona as the excuse
- Mining pools
- The race to zero profitability for pools
- Value add services pools provide
- The future of mining pools
- Firmware products
- PPS v. FPPS v. PPLNS
- The Alchemy of Hashpower
- Stakeholders within the mining industry
- ASICs as physical options on bitcoin
- Bitmain's struggles
- Hashrate derivatives
- The US and China
Wringing Of The Rag
- Monday - Issue #838: Fundamentals, who needs them?
- Tuesday - Issue #839: Signs of a mature market?
- Wednesday - Issue #840: Some industry participants are enemies of Bitcoin
- Thursday - Issue #841: The mad dash for bitcoins heats up
- Friday - Issue #842: Be the change you want to see in the world