Archives for Bitcoin Core
Trotz der diese Woche stattgefundenen SegWit-Aktivierungsperiode, sind die Bitcoin Core Developer nach wie vor gegen die geplante Skalierung der Blöcke.
Segwit2x has reconfirmed plans to move forward with its 2mb hard fork in three months. Will this lead to another split?
Missed Tuesday's bitcoin fork? CoinDesk recaps the day's events, outlining how a band of miners broke off of bitcoin to create a new network. The post What Happened to Bitcoin…
CoinDesk's Alyssa Hertig looks at the varied industry reactions to Bitcoin Cash, a variant of bitcoin said to be launching today. Source
CoinDesk compiles its feature articles and explainers on Bitcoin Cash ahead of its expected fork on Tuesday. Source
A deep dive into claims that it's safe to remove bitcoin's block size limit and instead rely on existing "simplified payment verification" methods. Source
How can miners block bitcoin changes? CoinDesk takes a look at how the network upgrades and the role these parties play. Source
How far away is bitcoin from a capacity upgrade? While technical progress is being made, things are far from set in stone. Source
The creative coder behind a clever way to enact SegWit doesn't believe a new proposal for the network is in its best interest. Source
Perhaps no coder is more at the center of bitcoin's raging scaling debate more than Jeff Garzik – here he talks about the network's future. Source