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Today at 10:42:49 AM
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So everyone has heard about /NYA/ and Segwit2x already ... but this being a pool thread, means it's more than just a 'wait and see what happens' for the pools here.

Firstly, anyone who finds errors in my info below, or wants to add more detail, post that and I'll update it.
I've been looking through code and gits and reading online and ...

Secondly, it's about /NYA/ and Segwit2x and mining, not some other random fork or BIP that doesn't exist in code anywhere, or has who knows what testing done with it Smiley

Thirdly, I've included Core, even though that's not /NYA/ or even Segwit2x, coz that's the git that the first two have forked from.

NameGit'Owner'OriginIncludesCoreVersionSignalPrerequisiteLockInActivationExtra
BIP91https://github.com/segsignal/bitcoinJames HilliardBitmain Warranty0.14.2Bit 4 - 0x20000012 or 0x2000001080% Signal336 more blocksReject non-bit 1 blocksNone
BTC1https://github.com/btc1/bitcoinJeff GarzikCore developer etc.0.14.2Bit 4 - 0x20000012 or 0x2000001080% Signal336 more blocksReject non-bit 1 blocksHardfork 2x locked in
Corehttps://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoinCoreRandom0.14.2Bit 1 - 0x2000000295% Signal

P.S. I will be rather strict about staying on topic since there's many out there wanting to tell the rest of the world how their idea is better, and everyone else must use it ...

More to come Smiley

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