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May 09, 2017, 04:09:17 PM
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check it out... segwit, 8mb, BU, ext. blocks, bip100...
some are compatible with each other.

i think we'll have bigger blocks this year.

https://coin.dance/blocks

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May 09, 2017, 04:20:59 PM
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By the way things are going we won't have big blocks neither segwit by the end of this year, unfortunately, but I might (and I hope I am) wrong.

As for the most recent stats, I find it curious that BU is ahead in both support and blocks. Whoever reads these forums or reddit would reach the conclusion that BU is highly unpopular. The opposite for Segwit, many services are allegedly supporting them, like many big personalities in the community and it is appraised by many people online, however it has less mining network support and less blocks... I guess this is why I get the feeling I wrote on the beginning of this post.


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May 09, 2017, 04:58:05 PM
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By the way things are going we won't have big blocks neither segwit by the end of this year, unfortunately, but I might (and I hope I am) wrong.

As for the most recent stats, I find it curious that BU is ahead in both support and blocks. Whoever reads these forums or reddit would reach the conclusion that BU is highly unpopular. The opposite for Segwit, many services are allegedly supporting them, like many big personalities in the community and it is appraised by many people online, however it has less mining network support and less blocks... I guess this is why I get the feeling I wrote on the beginning of this post.

"support and blocks"?   it just shows blocks that graph.


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May 09, 2017, 05:23:38 PM
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Did you mean "I think we'll see even more bitcoin drama this year"? But i think SegWit/BU will be activated first before any other major/big proposal that you mentioned is accepted by community.

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