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Announcing the Liquid Full Node and Wallet Release
November 06, 2018
Blockstream Block Explorer is Now Live
November 06, 2018
Version 2: Cryptocurrency Data Feed
July 23, 2018
Liquid Functionaries and the Impact of Hardware Vulnerabilities
October 04, 2018
Allen Piscitello, Samson Mow
Earlier today, Bloomberg released a report indicating that an unknown component was allegedly added to motherboards manufactured by Supermicro. Thi...
Improving Privacy Using 2018-08-08 (P2EP)
August 08, 2018
Attendees of a community work group recently set themselves the goal of emproving basic transaction privacy in Bitcoin, the aim being to define a w...
Smart Signatures - BPASE '18
February 23, 2018
Christopher Allen’s talk at the recent Blockchain Protocol Analysis and Security Engineering (BPASE) 2018 conference overviewed the topic of smart ...
Bulletproofs: Faster Rangeproofs and Much More
February 21, 2018
Bulletproofs are a new efficient form of zero knowledge proof. Their primary application is to replace the rangeproofs in Confidential Transactions...
Schnorr Signatures for Bitcoin - BPASE '18
February 15, 2018
Pieter Wuille also spoke at the Blockchain Protocol Analysis and Security Engineering (BPASE) 2018 conference. He talked about advances for using S...
Simplicity — A New Language for Blockchains — BPASE '18
February 08, 2018
Russell O’Connor spoke at the recent Blockchain Protocol Analysis and Security Engineering (BPASE) 2018 conference on the new smart contract langua...
Key Aggregation for Schnorr Signatures
January 23, 2018
Last Monday we published a paper that introduces MuSig, a multi-signature scheme based on Schnorr signatures. This post will dive into its construc...
Simplicity Itself for Blockchains
October 30, 2017
Introducing Simplicity, a new functional programming language for smart contracts that broadens traditional capabilities with expanded functionalit...
Gregory Maxwell Talks About Bitcoin 0.15
September 14, 2017
Find out what’s new in Bitcoin Core 0.15 from Greg Maxwell’s recent talk at the SF Bitcoin Devs Meetup.
Different Approaches to Privacy on the Blockchain
September 08, 2017
Andrew Poelstra is working on three different approaches to privacy on the blockchain, each one with its own advantages. Hear him touch on Confiden...
7 Common Myths About SegWit, Debunked
July 31, 2017
The internet brings us many wonderful things such as new business models, new-found access to information, and new technologies like Bitcoin. It’s ...
August 24, 2015
After the release of Alpha we realized that its script language, thanks to the addition of OP_CAT, enables a simple form of Merkle tree verificatio...
Gregory Maxwell talks at SF Bitcoin Devs Meetup
April 24, 2015
Bitcoin Core developer and Blockstream co-founder Gregory Maxwell discusses his recent work on privacy and the future of multi-signature technology...
A look at a few Questions and Misconceptions Regarding Pegged Sidechains
October 30, 2014
Since releasing our paper, “Enabling Blockchain Innovations with Pegged Sidechains,” we've been pleased with the overwhelmingly positive response f...
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