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Bitcoin XT, the intentional fork that has been shaking up the bitcoin price, includes code branded as a hardcoded “blacklist” by critics.
Bitcoin Core developer Gavin Andresen today proposed a hard fork change for Bitcoin XT in order to allow for an increased block size limit on the Bitcoin network.
BIPS often start from a discussion on the developer mailing list or on Github. Such discussions are what inspired Peter Todd, a long time contributor to Bitcoin core and related projects, who is currently working towards getting his proposal, BIP 65 titled: OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY, accepted.
Core Developer Gavin Andresen announced a request to increase the Bitcoin block size next year, which could mean significant changes to the Bitcoin code.
This week, bitcoin Jesus Roger Ver weighed in on the block size debate stating that the block size limit should be increased if it is technologically achievable.
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For a cryptocurrency to function requires more than just a network of miners. It also requires nodes to propagate messages, serve the blockchain and provide security to the network
CoinTelegraph spoke to Peter Todd about the issue, along with the topics of centralized blockchains and Bitcoin core development funding.
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A new L.A based startup Verisart has announced its future plans to launch a decentralized platform that will help artists and collectors to document, verify and certify artwork.
Bitcoin Core developer Jeff Garzik's proposed compromise to double the block size limit to 2MB as a temporary solution is still far from reaching consensus
ViaCoin recently hired Peter Todd, a bitcoin core developer, and creator TreeChains, and Stealth Addresses.
Peter Todd has outlined his view that more regulation on all levels is on the way for the digital currency sector; Stellar adopts SCP protocol; Gavin Andresen has called Shrem and Karpeles a “black eye” for the organization, and other news.
Bitcoin Core developer Jeff Garzik expresses his opposition to soft forks, warns of centralisation.
Some figures point at growth in Bitcoin use but the actual number of its users is hard to estimate.
Monero (XMR), a privacy-focused open source cryptocurrency, has agitated the digital currency community after demonstrating a nearly 100% increase in price over a 6-day period.
As the European Drug Report 2016 comes out, CoinTelegraph speaks to Peter Todd about Monero, the decriminalization of Bitcoin and the right to protect one’s privacy.
With the increasing adoption of Bitcoin, cypherpunks have once again risen to prominence.
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