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Author Topic: [2016-09-02]Community Wants to Implement HardFork Based Bitcoin Scaling Process  (Read 186 times)
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September 02, 2016, 06:36:01 PM
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BTCFork Community Wants to Implement Hard Fork Based Bitcoin Scaling Process

The Bitcoin scaling debate continues, with everyone presenting their solutions and opinions. The undecided Bitcoin community is however at odds, wondering whether to increase the block size or not. If they indeed increase, what should be the ideal block size, and so on?

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September 03, 2016, 09:14:56 AM
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I guess less then 1% ,,, looks like a desparate gov achtion , they know when 13.1 + seg with is activated the problems are solved....
desparatly keeping the drama up.
and with the new save compiling infecting the build process is quite impossible in 13.0 core.
 so the only option is to lance a unsafe client and hope people start using it.
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