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January 23, 2017, 11:39:30 PM
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News Bitcoin - Fierce Debate Only Natural In Open Source Developments Like Bitcoin

Currently, there is a very vocal discussion happening within the Bitcoin community concerning the protocol’s scalability. Since Bitcoin’s inception, there have been thousands of conversations on how to better scale Bitcoin. There have been lots of talks concerning a few alternative implementations introduced, such as XT, Classic, and Unlimited over the past couple of years.

More recently, many have been focused on the two clients; Core with Segregated Witness, and Unlimited with its block size cap removal. These subjects have caused a significant divide between many members of the community, because oftentimes change scares people

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January 25, 2017, 03:25:39 PM
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There is no debate, just a division of the community. We have someone spamming the network to prove a point and everyone is suffering

because of that. Do you really think people will suddenly change their mind on a hardcore issue like this, because they are forced to do

this? If this was done in a corporate environment, someone would go to jail for sabotaging the network... only problem is, Bitcoin is

pseudo-anonymous... so the culprits cannot be identified.  Angry

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