2011 Archive

Peter Thiel Says His ‘Biggest Mistake of the Decade Was Getting Too Late and Too Little Into Bitcoin’

During a discussion published on March 12, 2022, the billionaire entrepreneur and venture capitalist,

2 ‘Sleeping Bitcoin’ Block Rewards From 2010 Wake up After Sitting Idle for More Than a Decade

Jamie Redman Jamie Redman is the News Lead at Bitcoin.com News and a financial

The Miner Capitulation Number: A Look at When Bitcoin’s Price Crashed Below the Cost of Production

Over the last 30 days, Bitcoin’s hashrate has been coasting along at the highest

Close to $50 Million in Bitcoin From 2011 Moved for the First Time in 10.5 Years

On December 29, two addresses from 2011 containing 500 bitcoin each transferred 1,000 coins

Bitcoin’s Bearish Prices at the End of 2021 Not Much Different Than 8 Previous Year-End Cycles

The price of bitcoin is down more than 33% from the crypto asset’s all-time

Hundreds of Millions Worth of ‘Sleeping Bitcoins’ Woke up After BTC’s Mid-November Price High

On Sunday, December 19, a dormant address that received 235 bitcoin in 2013 was

23,250 ‘Sleeping Bitcoins’ Spent in 2021: This Year Old School Miners Moved $1 Billion in BTC From 2010-2013

On Bitcoin’s 12th anniversary, a mystery miner from the early days spent 1,000 decade-old

Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Parameter Set to Increase for the First Time in 8 Weeks

Bitcoin’s hashrate has slowly crept back up between 85 exahash per second (EH/s) to

4 Consecutive Difficulty Drops Make Bitcoin Block Rewards 49% Easier to Find

Following the largest mining difficulty drop in Bitcoin’s history, this weekend will once again

Bitcoin Blocks Will Soon Be 27% Easier to Find — Miners Brace for the Largest Difficulty Drop in BTC’s Lifetime

Bitcoin, the leading crypto asset in terms of market capitalization, has seen the cryptocurrency’s

$1.4M in Bitcoin Remains Idle — The Curious Case of the 37-Day-Old 2009 Block Reward Spent a Year Ago

Approximately 378 days ago, before the bitcoin bull market started to heat up, a