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August 14, 2017, 07:50:59 PM
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Is there such a thing as double segwit
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August 14, 2017, 10:45:51 PM
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Is there such a thing as double segwit

Would that be desegregated witness?

Seriously, can you explain what you are asking in more detail?  Segwit vs Segwit2x?  Something else?
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August 15, 2017, 01:28:33 AM
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Is there such a thing as double segwit

Do you mean Segwit2x? That's a potential hardfork further down the road (Oct / Nov) with an increased (doubled) blocksize in addition to Segwit, hence the name Segwit2x.

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August 15, 2017, 06:05:06 AM
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There is only one segwit right now which activated through BIP141, SegWit is a backwards compatible protocol upgrade originally proposed by the Bitcoin Core development team.
But it will be split into two as there is segwit2x which is a hard fork to double Bitcoin's base block size.
So, we have; 1. segwit (will be activated on August 21st)
                   2. segwit2x (segwit + hard fork in order to increase block size > 2MB on November 2017)

Why there are two segwit?
Because core developers do not agree with 2Mb hard fork because not all SegWit2x nodes are 100% compatible with the current network conditions either. and core devs have planned to develop bitcoin core 0.15.0 that will automatically disconnects any network node which runs segwit2x.



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August 15, 2017, 03:55:32 PM
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There is no double segwit. The 2x in the name refers to a fork later this year.
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