Bitcoin: Have your cake and eat it too (Part 1)
Why isn’t bitcoin easier to use? It’s been around for 8 whole years, and it still isn’t as easy as other popular services like Paypal or Venmo. And if bitcoin isn’t easy to use, why do people even bother?
Four things to know about bitcoin bubbles
You may get to witness the 4th official “bitcoin bubble” over the next few months. Here are four things you need to know to be prepared for this rare and exciting phenomenon.
Why bitcoin is a powerful tool for the oppressed
As bitcoin becomes more popular and grows in prominence and value, it can serve as a lifeline to the people who need to get out of their current situation and start someplace new.
How to invest in bitcoin without getting hurt by volatility
Is there a way to protect yourself from bitcoin volatility and avoid losses when bitcoin is in a bear market? Yes! Read more to find out how.
Why the Large Bitcoin Collider poses no threat to Bitcoin
The Large Bitcoin Collider has been getting a lot of buzz lately. Is it a threat to the Bitcoin network? The answer is no.
Buy bitcoin with breadwallet
Starting today, iPhone users in the United States will start receiving the ability to buy bitcoin through the breadwallet app, either with cash at one of thousands of retail locations and bitcoin ATMs, or by linking a bank account.
What a blockchain fork means for breadwallet, and why exchanges say you should move your money.
US and Canadian iOS users invited to beta test buying bitcoin with cash through breadwallet
Announcing breadwallet's bug bounty program
Today breadwallet is announcing a bug bounty program with the hopes of developing a continuing relationship with the security research community. Starting in November 2016 we will maintain a reward program for security experts that find vulnerabilities in any of breadwallet’s products, services or properties. [...]
Can bitcoin "save" the world?
In 2014, the breadwallet team wrestled with how to communicate its values to its customers. It seemed that all great companies benefited from some sort of core raison-d’être. Nike honored great athletes, Google organized the world’s information, and Apple believed that computers could be sexy. [...]