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Despite its struggles and setbacks, Bitcoin price has retained a strong character and resisted a total crash. Kumar Gaurav, Founder & CEO of Cashaa (Auxesis Group) explains why.
CEO & IT Architect of SatoshiLabs believes that without Segwit, bitcoin can’t operate as an efficient settlement network and transaction facilitation system.
Almost immediately after the disapproval of the Winklevoss twins’ bitcoin ETF, contrary to the predictions of most analysts, bitcoin price recovered surging back to $1,250.
Vitalik Buterin has joined Vinny Lingham in the hard fork vs. soft fork Bitcoin debate.
On March 15, Bitcoin Unlimited suffered from an attack that led to a 6-hour downtime for miners and node operators. Miners lost over $200,000 in revenue and nodes crashed, bringing the node count of Bitcoin Unlimited down from 800 to roughly 300.
The Bitcoin community is split for good reason. Neither solution will solve scalability issues and transaction fee issues
Charlie Lee, the Director of Engineering of Coinbase and creator of Litecoin, will not allow GDAX, the digital currency exchange arm of Coinbase, to support Bitcoin Unlimited code as is.
The CEO of Bitcoin’s biggest single mining pool has confirmed that in future it will only support Bitcoin Unlimited.
Antpool, Bitcoin’s largest mining pool, has begun mining blocks supporting Bitcoin Unlimited, cementing deadlock in the scaling debate as transaction issues worsen.
With the nerves of the Bitcoin community tense on the eve of the Bitcoin ETF decision, the public space is ripe with accusations and conspiracy theories. BitClub, a Bitcoin mining pool, is accused of launching a transaction malleability attack on the Bitcoin network.
Bitcoin and security expert Andreas Antonopoulos noted during the Bitcoin Wednesday Meetup that 95 percent of Bitcoin developments and developers are from the Bitcoin Core development team.
CEO of BTCC Bobby Lee says Bitcoin will drive the growth of other digital currencies, explained why Chinese miners refuse to adopt Segwit.
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.
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