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August 20, 2015, 04:18:03 PM
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So, if that works that way... the inclination will be almost always to stay the same unless the proposed changed includes a large benefit for those who have to accept it.

Which means that XT is going to have a hard time being accepted, but perhaps will raise in popularity as the block size increase becomes more necessary

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August 21, 2015, 09:43:58 AM
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So, if that works that way... the inclination will be almost always to stay the same unless the proposed changed includes a large benefit for those who have to accept it.

Which means that XT is going to have a hard time being accepted, but perhaps will raise in popularity as the block size increase becomes more necessary

They have a deadline set at January 2016. If the necessary 75% consensus is not reached by then, I hope that they will step back and allow Core to continue, even though I am in favour of XT.

However, Hearn has 1 thing right for sure - the current all-or-nothing consensus system is flawed. It is pure human nature to not agree on everything
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August 21, 2015, 10:26:41 AM
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Well since I still a noob than I just read this threat..  Grin

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