Bitcoin’s New Scaling ‘Agreement’: The Reaction

Bitcoin's New Scaling 'Agreement': The Reaction

Bitcoin Agreement Promises To Resolve Years-Long Impasse

A meeting of bitcoin startup executives and miners held this weekend has resulted in the publication of a new proposal for how the open-source project should be upgraded to support additional transaction capacity. Detailed in a Medium post published by 

A total of 56 companies that represent 83.28% of bitcoin's hashing power have reached a consensus to deploy the Segwit2Mb protocol upgrade for bitcoin. An announcement by the Digital Currency Group today reads: “We agree to immediately support the. Core developer Greg Maxwell has deflated hopes of imminent SegWit activation, saying any redeployment “can't happen” until the current one expires. Responding to an alleged agreement led by Barry Silbert at the Consensus conference to activate SegWit

Bitcoin Scaling Consensus Reached. Commentary From Industry Leaders

The audience of a panel session on scaling Bitcoin at Consensus 2017 in New York were asked to make known their frustration over the scaling impasse, and also to vote for easier changes to the rules. While the Bitcoin blocksize debate rumbles on, the

A meeting of bitcoin startup executives and miners held this weekend has resulted in the publication of a new proposal for how the open-source project should be upgraded to support additional transaction capacity. Detailed in a Medium post published by. Barry Silbert-led Digital Currency Group (DCG), arguably the most prominent investment firm in the bitcoin and blockchain industries, revealed that miners and businesses came to a consensus to solve bitcoin's underlying scaling issue.

Earlier this morning, on May 24, bitcoin's price established its new all-time high at $2,322 based on global average. Although analysts have attributed the recent bitcoin price surge to the strong performance and momentum of the Japanese bitcoin …

Monday, Cointelegraph has reported that a number of leading players of the Blockchain industry have reached a consensus in regards to the Bitcoin scaling solution. This break in the scaling debate stalemate is a new, highly significant boost for the … . Barry Silbert's firm the Digital Currency Group (DCG) revealed a scaling agreement on May 23 with a letter of intent backed by 56 Bitcoin companies, for Sergio Demian Lerner's recent Segwit-2Mb plan. The announcement states the signed agreement

An exhausting day at Consensus 2017 has culminated in Barry Silbert seemingly guiding major industry figures towards activating SegWit. Silbert's SegWit Scheme Pays Off? In a closed-door meeting organized at Consensus 2017, Silbert allegedly

The bitcoin civil war may have gotten a forceful push toward a solution today as Barry Silbert, head of Digital Currency Group and one of the most influential venture capitalists in the space, announced an agreement for resolving the two-and-a-half …


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