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Bitcoin Unlimited blocks mined have reached a new high, passing SegWit and indicating that a hard fork may be just around the corner.
Over the past month, many bitcoin exchanges, startups and experts weighed in on the debate between Segregated Witness (SegWit) and Bitcoin Unlimited (BU) supporters.
In this year Blockchain is widely expected to “go mainstream,” it is not just banks and giant corporations which are making it happen.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong is the latest cryptocurrency industry figure to lend support to Segregated Witness, also known as SegWit, technology as Bitcoin’s future.
Our London columnist reports on an Ethereum-related mortal accident in Shoreditch, discovers Blockchain’s Book of the Mormon and crypto Bite-Coin in the Tower.
What if you could add almost 2500 transactions a second to the Bitcoin protocol without the major network changes required by SegWit and Lightning?
The price of Bitcoin is difficult to predict as various factors impact the value of the digital currency. However, there are seven major events that could lead to a surge in the price of Bitcoin in 2017.
Most major bitcoin wallet service providers, exchanges and startups have either planned SegWit support or are SegWit support ready.
Major bitcoin exchange and mining pool BTCC COO Samson Mow revealed that the institution was Segregated Witness (SegWit) ready. Will SegWit become activated?
The search for the “buy Bitcoin” term on the world's largest source of information platform is on a upward trend.
The release of miner signalling for Segwit will boost Bitcoin’s value before 2016 ends.
Venture Capitalists including Nick Tomaino believes the Bitcoin Core team is the most talented development team in the world.
4 days in, 13.7% of Bitcoin nodes has already upgraded to Bitcoin Core 0.13.1, supporting the activation of SegWit.
Segregated Witness (or SegWit) was added to Bitcoin Core. Will it be the first step towards a mainstream-ready global decentralized digital currency?
Electrum, an open source Bitcoin wallet application launched in 2011, is officially introducing support for SegWit,the innovative scaling solution from Bitcoin Core, in its next release.
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