Upcoming Blockchain Connect Conference Emphasises Cooperation Between East And West

Blockchain Connect Conference, set to happen in San Francisco in January next year, is a result of cooperation between US and Chinese companies and experts. The upcoming Blockchain Connect Conference that will take place on Jan. 26, 2018 in San Francisco, claims to be the first of its kind to focus on the cooperation between […]
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Getting up to speed on digital currency: our suggested read/listen/watch list

We put together a list of articles, podcasts and videos on digital currency to share with potential candidates hoping to learn more about the space. This list is by no means comprehensive—rather, it’s an attempt to share a set of perspectives that we believe give a broad overview of what’s going on in digital currency […]
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Bitcoin Segwit2x Update

There have been a number of developments with Bitcoin Segwit2x since our last update. Coinbase is actively monitoring this situation and will make every attempt to allow customers to benefit from this fork if it results in a safe and functioning network. No action is required and all funds stored on Coinbase remain safe. Last week, the […]
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Coinbase IRS Update

Coinbase appeared in federal court today to continue the fight for our customers’ privacy rights. Nearly one year ago, the IRS initiated proceedings to obtain copies of essentially all our U.S. customers’ records for the three-year period 2013–2015. The government has never alleged any wrongdoing on the part of Coinbase. Coinbase has persistently opposed the […]
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Clarification on the upcoming Segwit2x Fork

In our prior blog post we indicated that at the time of the fork, the existing chain will be called Bitcoin and the Segwit2x fork will be called Bitcoin2x. However, some customers asked us to clarify what will happen after the fork. We are going to call the chain with the most accumulated difficulty Bitcoin. […]
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