BitFury Celebrates Its Fifth Anniversary

BitFury has now been in operation for five years. According to the post by Valery Vavilov, the company’s CEO, the name “Bitfury” was officially born on February 17th, 2012, when a group of enthusiasts that stood at its origins, was working in its R&D “garage” phase.

BitFury Releases a Proposal on Micropayments Routing in Lightning Network

BitFury Group published a whitepaper describing Lightning Network’s protocol routing as applied to micropayments in Bitcoin network. The proposal is a hybrid routing algorithm incorporating two phases: proactive update of routing scheme, which stores network topology data; and subsequent active data collection if Lightning Network sends a request. “Flare will.

BitFury CEO: Blockchain Can Deliver Transparency And Accountability To Any Democracy

On April 29, The BitFury Group, one of the world’s leading Blockchain technology companies, announced its expansion to full-service digital asset company. In addition to its hardware, the company will now be offering a comprehensive suite of software capabilities. New software solutions include big data mining and advanced blockchain analytics.

The Game of Crypto-Thrones: Centralization

If a child from a crypto-maximalist family behaves like a moron, parents probably tell him or her that there’s a centralization hiding under the bed. If they have a farm, there’s a dummy centralization scaring crows away. Maybe they even call people they don’t like that name. All in all,.

Bitcoin Roundtables: Overview and Q&A with BitFury’s CEO on Major Controversies

Last month has been quite fruitful with events being held with a single aim to reach an industry-wide consensus on Bitcoin network scaling. Bitfury Group, the world’s leading Bitcoin Blockchain infrastructure provider and transaction processing company, initiated the first Bitcoin Consensus Roundtable back in January, with two other meetings to.

Will the Bitcoin Consensus Roundtable Put a Lid on Bitcoin Classic?

After the last week’s bitcoin roundtable, where some of the most prominent figures of the industry have gathered to discuss possible solutions to the drawn out block size dispute, some thought the resulting letter was making an offer the developers wouldn’t refuse. As a reminder, last week, representatives for several.