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Question: Do you like SegWit2MB?
Love it - 4 (17.4%)
Like it - 7 (30.4%)
Dislike it - 5 (21.7%)
Hate it - 4 (17.4%)
Indifferent - 3 (13%)
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May 14, 2017, 03:10:10 AM
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SegWit 2MB

There we go, much better.  Wink


Agree.
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May 14, 2017, 04:04:59 AM
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No we already have a better solution - softfork Segwit.
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May 14, 2017, 04:10:24 AM
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I hate it, this crazy 4MB block weight doubled to 8MB effective blocksize just doubles the shittness of segwit IMO. I want malleability fix + EC HF, thats it, thats all.

Yeah i feel you...but i would accept it because right now Bitcoin is getting slaughtered in terms of usability.  And a hard fork would be good to good to shake the development up.


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May 14, 2017, 04:30:09 AM
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I hate it, this crazy 4MB block weight doubled to 8MB effective blocksize just doubles the shittness of segwit IMO. I want malleability fix + EC HF, thats it, thats all.

Yeah i feel you...but i would accept it because right now Bitcoin is getting slaughtered in terms of usability.  And a hard fork would be good to good to shake the development up.



I usually have a question for people who want SegWit.  How many transactions do you have per day? The answer is always the same "zero" ... maybe once a month. Currency vs. Commodity. 
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May 14, 2017, 04:31:22 AM
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No we already have a better solution - softfork Segwit.

How is it different than Ripple of 2004? Aside from the fact that it has Bitcoin under it?
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May 14, 2017, 04:37:43 AM
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I hate it, this crazy 4MB block weight doubled to 8MB effective blocksize just doubles the shittness of segwit IMO. I want malleability fix + EC HF, thats it, thats all.

Yeah i feel you...but i would accept it because right now Bitcoin is getting slaughtered in terms of usability.  And a hard fork would be good to good to shake the development up.



I usually have a question for people who want SegWit.  How many transactions do you have per day? The answer is always the same "zero" ... maybe once a month. Currency vs. Commodity.  

I don't want segwit.  i would much rather have bigger blocks.   And I use bitcoin many times a week.

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May 14, 2017, 04:52:47 AM
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I use bitcoin many times a week.

Yup.  Me, too.  It was 3-8 times daily. Now, it's zero.  In fact, I used my bank for the first time in a long time, for an internet purchase, today because I didn't want to add $6-8 to purchase a tree.

I don't want segwit.

IMO, that's because you use bitcoin.
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