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April 19, 2024, 02:10:15 AM
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April 19, 2024, 07:20:36 AM
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At the moment, the Xeggex exchange has suspended the withdrawal of the BitcoinPow coin; if the withdrawal is not available until April 27th, then I believe that the fork of the coin will need to be postponed, since many people buy BTCW in order to receive BSP after the fork.
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April 22, 2024, 02:53:37 PM
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The withdrawal of the BTCW coin was opened on the Xeggex exchange. Those who wanted to purchase this coin before the fork in order to receive the second BSP coin on April 27th, then do it now, because Xeggex has problems with the servers, perhaps they will close the withdrawal of coins again.
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April 23, 2024, 11:49:17 PM
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Is 256 going to be enough to distribute centralised mining to more miners? Maybe need 1024 (or 4096 or even more)?

Anyway the intention of adding 256 times PoW seems reasonable but it will introduces an undesirable impact on nodes as well (not miners) because when new blocks are synchronised each node also has to run that loop to verify the hash, which will logically slows down blockchain sync with a bit of pain when new node joins.

It may be more efficient if this is improved so only intend to change mining algo.

* It could be possible to put the loop index in the block header, nNonce which is now simply dead part as always set to 0xFEEDBEEF.
* This may be a right time to make this change along with the hard fork at #21111 rather than later time in case needed.
 
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