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November 05, 2015, 05:57:20 PM
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I just want to know , I see a lot of people saying that we are far away from having Bitcoin v2.0 , or even 1.0 (I'm not sure what that means on the first place) , but if I understood right it should mean the Bitcoin Core version ... so I want to know what the developers are waiting for to upgrade ? (I'm not saying I'm not grateful and their job is easy or something , just asking) also what those upgrades should contain ? (beside the block size thing)

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November 05, 2015, 06:32:26 PM
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I just want to know , I see a lot of people saying that we are far away from having Bitcoin v2.0 , or even 1.0 (I'm not sure what that means on the first place) , but if I understood right it should mean the Bitcoin Core version ... so I want to know what the developers are waiting for to upgrade ? (I'm not saying I'm not grateful and their job is easy or something , just asking) also what those upgrades should contain ? (beside the block size thing)

Im pretty certain they are waiting to have all things working correctly before updating. Don't expect 1.0 soon. Im sure we will need years before we can call Bitcoin "finished" or 1.0. We are far from that.

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November 05, 2015, 06:37:33 PM
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Version 1.0 is commonly understood as "nothing left to do, this product is finished". Bitcoin core is not there yet, thus its 0.11, 0.12, etc.

Bitcoin 2.0 is a buzzword for alt coins, like web 2.0 or industry 4.0. No one really knows what it means without a specific context, but it sounds cool.
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